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(Of course, that may have changed over the course of the run since the press night when Fiona and Lyn saw it and found their chemistry so lacking).The Stage's own Natasha Tripney got it right, I think, when she concluded, "In the end, Tamara Harvey’s solid, polished production is actually rather sweet - and more than a little moving." I don't think critics have to agree with each other – it's only ever one person's opinion, after all – but it's always nice to find one that shares your view exactly.
So, while I'm never going to be as impressive as Duncan from Blue, I'll take a date along who is. Sexy fire."Ludicrous as this sounds, Rob strikes gold when his colleague Laura suggests he has a date with her gorgeous flatmate Nicky.Oscar nominee Andrew Garfield (Hacksaw Ridge) and Claire Foy (The Crown) lead the directorial feature debut from actor Andy Serkis (War for the Planet of the Apes), a period drama following a happy couple who look to overcome the trials ahead when one of them becomes disabled....Handsome, adventurous and brilliant, Robin (Garfield) has his whole life ahead of him when he is paralysed by polio.Lyn Gardner recently delivered a true classic of the one-star genre in her Guardian review of Hello/Goodbye at Hampstead Theatre, declaring that its stars Miranda Raison and Shaun Evans "have all the allure of two slightly defrosted chicken nuggets".Fiona Mountford wasn't much kinder in a two-star review in the Evening Standard, referring to "zero chemistry" between the two leads.I’m not a great cook, but you sort of don’t have to be because you can get such delicious fish there.
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That proves that knowing a critic is as important as their views this time (and why reviews in Edinburgh, from an army of critics you've never heard of, are generally less reliable).
At the same time, it was also striking that all three of these reviews were by women, so the difference in their reviews can't be attributed to a gender bias, though Fiona Mountford writes of the play's main plot turn, "This is, I suspect, somewhere in male wish-fulfilment territory".
Against all advice, Robin’s beautiful wife Diana (Foy) brings him home; where her devotion, intimacy and witty determination transcends his disability and sets him free.
Together they refuse to be imprisoned by his suffering; transforming the lives of others with their humour, courage and lust for life.
In her Spotlight page, she used to describe herself at a height of 5 feet 5½ inches tall. Funnily enough, I used to think that raisins, as in the dried fruit, were spelt 'raisons', but my Mum soon sorted that one out!