ANGLES THEATRE: 300 mile round trip well worth it to see Wisbech show
YET again I have travelled to Wisbech, and this time with members of my family, from the South of England to see the well directed production See How They Run at the Angles Theatre Wisbech.Raucous laughter and loud applause for the cast of the play was
YET again I have travelled to Wisbech, and this time with members of my family, from the South of England to see the well directed production 'See How They Run' at the Angles Theatre Wisbech.
Raucous laughter and loud applause for the cast of the play was well deserved and everyone involved in the production and behind the scenes crew should be given the credit that they have so clearly worked hard for. Not forgetting to mention the very efficient interval service at the bar in the Angles Theatre.
I and others have travelled over 300 miles this weekend and it was well worth the effort to be able to laugh loudly and applaud enthusiastically. Again I shall, and I am sure I can say this on behalf of the rest my family and possibly the rest of the audience on Saturday night, remember Saturday night as an entertaining and very enjoyable evening.
Laughter should not be lost in this day and age as it is too easy to be miserable for little or no reason. We had that opportunity to laugh unashamedly!
I for one couldn't stand on a stage in front of an audience but I'm thankful that there are some that can and love doing it too!
Keep it going all of you 'Am Drams' out there, we are proud of you!
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From a very appreciative and now travel weary member of the audience.