The Importance of Shoes (3 stars)

Obsession, infidelity and wondrous shoes

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This article is from 2007.

A story of obsession, infidelity and wondrous shoes, this piece uncovers the bad situations people can get into. With sharp, snappy dialogue exchanges the play stylishly skips along, light-heartedly exploring our faults and vices. Shoes become the common denominator of these four young lives, but a pair of new shoes does not mean a new lease of life no matter how much these characters delude themselves. Shoes say a lot about a person and this play says a lot about people’s imperfections. (Greer Ogston)

The Green Room, 220 0885, until 26 Aug, 4.30pm, £7–£8 (£6–£7).

This article is from 2007.

The Importance of Shoes

  • 3 stars

A story of obsession, infidelity and wondrous shoes, about the bad situations people get themselves into. 'Part of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2007'.

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