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A ripping production with plenty of laughs: Guys and Dolls, at the Bridge Theatre, reviewed

18 March 2023

9:00 AM

18 March 2023

9:00 AM

Further than the Furthest Thing

Young Vic, until 29 April

Guys and Dolls

Bridge Theatre, until 2 September

Further than the Furthest Thing is an allegorical play set on a remote island populated by English-speakers from all over the world. Dialect experts will have a ball unscrambling the set-up. First we meet Auntie Mill, a white Scotswoman whose husband, Uncle Bill, is a black fisherman with a West Country accent.

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