REVIEW: Lone Flyer, Jermyn Street (2021)
Hannah Edwards as Amy Johnson and Benedict Salter as one of her supporters (Photo: Pamela Raith)

REVIEW: Lone Flyer, Jermyn Street (2021)

There is lots of humour in her story and, despite being told to keep her mouth shut when smiling, because she lost her front teeth playing cricket, she grins and her narrative is delivered with fun and panache. Credit must also go to Hannah Edwards' wingman, Benedict Salter whose startlingly fast changes of character amuse.

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REVIEW: The Money, County Hall (2021)
The Money in Sydney (Photo: Prudence Upton)

REVIEW: The Money, County Hall (2021)

A facilitator, tall, elegant dressed in a lime yellow jump suit will walk on the table, part of the set, with heeled shoes set with sparking sequins.  She carried a Budget type filing box but dark red and a tray, distributing a pile of money and some papers including a set of rules. 

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