posted: September 26th, 2011
In today’s Daily Telegraph, the leading theatre critic, Charles Spencer, said,
‘Kisses On A Postcard at times moved me to tears. I urge theatre producers to head to Devon next weekend, when the show has its final performances, and to consider giving this outstanding musical the extended life it so richly deserves’.
There were all sorts of other nice bits and bobs that could adorn the outside of a theatre, like :
‘A glorious company’, ‘roof-raising’, ‘a warm, funny and touching celebration of common humanity’ and ‘achieves the difficult task of making goodness dramatically interesting’.