Read more about the article REVIEW: Witness for the Prosecution, County Hall (2021) extends to 25th September 2022
Jonathan Firth as Sir Wilfrid Robarts (Photo: Ellie Kurttz)

REVIEW: Witness for the Prosecution, County Hall (2021) extends to 25th September 2022

Along the way we are treated to spirited performances. The casual way Emer McDaid's Romaine Vole steals a cigarette from Sir Wilfrid tells us what a wrong'un she is and her accent is a master class in doing the quintessential European femme fatale. Joe McNamara's Leonard Vole is a man on the edge in more ways than one. Jonathan Firth's Sir Wilfrid is a master of words but it is his face that shows his torment when his courtroom victory turns out to be... anything but.

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Read more about the article 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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Read more about the article REVIEW: Witness for the Prosecution at County Hall continues from 14th September 2021
New cast (Photo: Ellie Kurttz)

REVIEW: Witness for the Prosecution at County Hall continues from 14th September 2021

Agatha Christie's novel is dramatized in the magnificent setting of a 1920s Edwardian Baroque council chamber with exciting director Lucy Bailey in charge. . . . "I am constantly surprised…

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