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REVIEWS ROUND-UP (3/6) – “MELODIC MUSIC, WITTY LYRICS”

Selwyn Knight/The Reviews Hub – 10 November 2018

The Stars That Remain, nevertheless, has much to commend it. The music is melodic, often hitting emotions hard even if there aren’t any obvious showstoppers present; there are some witty lyrics, too, for example, in Never Be Rosa Moses are rhymes of which master wordsmith Ronnie Barker would have been proud. The plot and subplots are wide-ranging and relevant. But to be truly successful, some of the editorial decisions need to be revisited in order to tell the story more tightly and efficiently. It will be interesting to see if it can develop further and to revisit if so.

The Stars That Remain – Old Joint Stock Theatre, Birmingham