Could it Be Forever? (3 stars)

A bittersweet comedy will have you recall youthful emotion


This article is from 2010.

Could it Be Forever?

Six schoolfriends reunite after 37 years to remember an eventful week during which they were in thrall to David Cassidy in this bittersweet comedy about first loves, friendships and the unexpected course of life. Whether you were a pop picker in 1973 or not, this thoroughly enjoyable play will have you fondly recalling the heights of youthful emotion with the revelation that some things are more enduring than The Partridge Family boy’s shag haircut.

Gilded Balloon Teviot, 622 6552, until 29 Aug, 2.45pm, £9–£10 (£8–£9).

This article is from 2010.

Could it be Forever?

  • 3 stars

Can reliving a moment in our teens make us see what's important now? Three men, three women - all one time school friends, meet after many years. It’s great to catch up, people don’t really change... But when they fall into the memory of a particular week in 1973, a week when David Cassidy was in town... they ignite long…


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