Silent Night


Sadly, you _will_ recognise this character. You will have seen her in the supermarket or across the table or in the mirror when you are contemplating your own future. (And I don’t care if you’re male, it could happen to you.) Brilliant characterisation by solo performer Yvette Parsons had the opening night audience laughing (or snorting) well beyond the joke. She’s funny cause it’s true. She’s sad cause it’s true.
Subtly played, nice.

Silent Night, Shamon Productions
Mon 7 – Sun 13 March, 8pm, Old Folks Association Hall

Also – a friend recommends Drowning in Veronica Lake, Tuesday 8th March 7:00pm Basement Theatre.

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