One of the consequences of the drastic cuts to theatre funding since 2008 has been the rise of the one-man show. Less expensive to produce and easier to tour, these shows almost always substitute intimacy for spectacle.
But Theatre Lovett’s enchanting The Girl Who Forgot To Sing Badly illustrates how a one-man show can have it all.
Aimed at children (from seven upwards) and adults, the play focuses on Peggy O’Hegarty. Peggy works alongside...
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