A One Way Street (4 stars)


This article is from 2009.

A One Way Street

The preoccupations of suburban housewives are presented in four, well-observed sketches. Sarah and Lois, trapped in a larder during a kids’ party, argue the merits of ‘genuinely sustainable’ party bags. Paula and Cathy, rehearsing their pitch for a position on the neighbourhood council, descend into petty one-upmanship. Understated and irresistibly funny.

The Vault, 510 0022, until 31 Aug, 1.45pm, £7 (£5).

This article is from 2009.

One Way Street

  • 4 stars

Take a look at the eco-friendly, floral-patterned heart of liberal Britain; but don't see past those who don't fit in. This comic, provocative satire on human behaviour asks: does liberalism really begin at home?


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