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Meandering, flat and witless: Plaza Suite, at the Savoy Theatre, reviewed

3 February 2024

9:00 AM

3 February 2024

9:00 AM

Plaza Suite

Savoy Theatre, until 13 April

Blood on Your Hands

Southwark Playhouse

Plaza Suite is a sketch show by Neil Simon set in a luxury New York hotel in 1968. The play is rarely revived and it’s never been staged in the West End before. Simon’s idea (which Noël Coward accused him of stealing from his play Suite in Three Keys) is to place a trio of unrelated stories in the same hotel room.

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