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ED2012 Theatre Review: Wrong Place, Right Time (Léonie Higgins, Lowri Evans and Sophie Willan)

By | Published on Tuesday 7 August 2012

Three lovely ladies take us on board the Comedy Bus to a new dimension of storytelling, music, and humour. Sophie incorporates an entertaining repertoire about the old and wise women in her life, but her outfit suggests a distracting amount of cleavage, which can be off-putting at close range. Léonie and her singing provide highlights in a show also featuring her electronic voice machine and engaging storytelling. Lowri’s segment is funny and witty, yet the humour is almost lost by the end and the halves of her performance seem disjointed. The ladies use props to their advantage, including photographs and funny hats for audience members to wear, so overall, the show was entertaining and the ladies were pleasurable company; it was an hour well-spent.

The Free Sisters, 2-12 Aug, 1.45pm.
tw rating 3/5 | [Ana-Claudia Magaña]


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