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An unmistakable hit: Till the Stars Come Down, at the Dorfman Theatre, reviewed

10 February 2024

9:00 AM

10 February 2024

9:00 AM

Till the Stars Come Down

Dorfman Theatre, in rep until 16 March

Broken Water

Arcola Theatre, in rep until 24 February

Till the Stars Come Down is a raucous, high-energy melodrama set at a wedding in Hull. The writer, Beth Steel, focuses on three female characters and virtually ignores the men in her story which is just as well because her male characters all talk and act like planks. Her women are full of courage, craziness and fun.

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