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  1. Stephen
    Stephen 9 August, 2012 at 7:12 pm |

    Well, Matt, what a great review! It ‘s an honour to watch the production each year – you can really feel the concentration of effort that goes in to pulling off show in such little time. And there was something rather special about this year’s play. Humour is always harder than tragedy – so much depends on timing. And yet everyone was right on the button with their lines. The physical comedy was truly outstanding. And to have been a part of that, no matter the size of the role, is something you should be properly proud of.

    Of course, the review’s missing just one thing.

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/spw82/7704339364/in/set-72157630885296712

    How could you let everyone miss out on your big moment??

    Hope to see you again next year.

  2. Gemma
    Gemma 16 August, 2012 at 3:33 pm |

    Lovely review, mate. Gosh, I miss it! Been craving Wales and the outdoors. Done some canal-walking but it doesn’t cut it like the Welsh greenery. Send love to the family!

    Gem xxx

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