I’ll Always Think of You that Way (4 stars)


This article is from 2009.

Rehab, depression, attempted suicide, departed husbands and death aren’t immediately comic material, but the adventures of silver-spoon idiot Savannah, and Alison, her fat, steadfast, depressed friend are very funny. It could do without the explanations from the lectern, but the impressions are witty, the tone irreverent, and it’s fresh, zany and surprising without being contrived or self-consciously different.

Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 31 Aug (not 25), 4.30pm, £7.50–£8.50 (£6–£7).

This article is from 2009.

I'll Always Think of You That Way

  • 4 stars

After sell-out London shows, a new comic play about unlikely friends who meet in rehab. 'Absolutely hilarious. 100% ones to watch' (WirelessTheatreCompany.co.uk). 'Mackenzie & McGuire are actually funny' (Pauline McLynn - 'Father Ted').


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