Shane and Eddie: Picking up the Pieces (1 star)

50-minute avant-garde nightmare beyond redemption

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This article is from 2011.

Shane and Eddie: Picking up the Pieces

This avant-garde performance possibly follows an obnoxious couple’s attempts to live like plebs. However, it’s difficult to be sure and impossible to care. It must be scripted because the duo have a great knack of not speaking over each other, though the overall effect is of being screamed at by other people’s children in a room descending into hell. Beyond redemption, this is a 50-minute nightmare.

The Store, 556 5375, until 28 Aug, 9.20pm, £7.50–£8.50.

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This article is from 2011.

Shane and Eddie: Picking up the Pieces

  • 1 star

Is Shane really a strong black African woman? Does Eddie wear a girdle? And who is Googleyan their adopted Romanian son? The ultimate 80s power couple return to break the silence. Eddie Sails (platinum-selling singer of 'Only the Fat Die Young') and young entrepreneur Shane Justshane (Later Queen Jiggy, authoress of…

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1. Margarita Blakely17 Aug 2011, 3:14pm Report

I would completely disagree with the review above, and am quite shocked by the vitriol used in describing it. I thought it was a fun vibrant show that kept the audience laughing throughout and have recommend it to all my friends.

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