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Salad Days Reviews

We surely haven’t heard the last of Tête à Tête’s little musical Salad Days.
Rupert Christiansen, The Telegraph, 7 February, 2011
 
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You couldn’t spend a cheerier 130 minutes
****Helen Hawkins, The Sunday Times
 
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immaculate revival…strikes just the right note of period camp
****Michael Billington, The Guardian
 
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The cast is utterly charming, the singing quite lovely, the comedy delightful and it looks absolutely gorgeous.
*****West End Whingers
 
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La qualité de la réalisation est époustouflante.
Paris – Broadway
 
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All the performances were fantastic
lorannah
 
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I really can’t recommend this show highly enough. If you’re looking for a funny, sunny experience and don’t mind seeing a show that will have you grinning from ear to ear from start to finish, you simply MUST get down to the Riverside Studios before the 6th of February.
Notes from the Earlham Street Gutter
 
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I had never heard of Salad Days until the Tete a Tete production came along and caught my eye. I’m incredibly glad I did go.
Soliloquy
 
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The entire cast are on tip-top form, including Les Miserables’s original Cosette, Rebecca Caine
****musicOHM
 
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An effervescent production
Classical Music, Editorial
 
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Tête à Tête really does it delightfully well
****The Independent
 
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…from the moment you enter the auditorium, a smile is put upon your face…
There Ought To Be Clowns blogspot 12 December, 2010
 
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Bill Bankes-Jones’ direction is inspired and imaginative and is thoroughly supported by Quinny Sacks’ classically stylised and spirited choreography.
*****the public reviews
 
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Katie Moore and Sam Harrison are winningly winsome … with a torch song tour-de-force from Kathryn Martin as nightclub chanteuse…a showstopper.
BWW Reviews
 
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…every bit as fun and frivolous as you want a Christmas show to be.
Spoonfed
 
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Quinny Sacks’ choreography expertly covers almost every style of dance under the sun, while Anthony Ingle certainly knows how to handle a jazz piano. A winner in the off-West End environment.
The Stage
 
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…to judge from the engaged looks of the ones in the audience, Tête à Tête’s happy energy levels should be enough to please all ages.
The Arts Desk
 
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Tête à Tête’s thoroughly jolly production
Kate Bassett, Independent on Sunday
 
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…it has been sparklingly reinvented with sincerity, innocence and absurdity held in perfect balance, to make it fresh all over again
Mark Shenton, The Stage
 
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All in all, a gay old show
Metro
 
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