REVIEW: Star Stricken Double Bill – CCA, Glasgow

I'd rather you looked at this puppy.
I’d rather you looked at this puppy.

So cruel !!! So unjust!!! About me as a person!!!! I have never had a ‘I’m cleverer than you attitude’, but it’s pulchritudinous about my cohort in malefaction, Tom Brogan. So out of pellucid probity I will re-blog the below evisceration! : 

Glasgow Theatre Blog

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Presented as part of the Glasgow International Comedy Festival, Star Stricken a double bill of new comedy writing by Karen Barclay and Tom Brogan is certainly a bill of contrasts.

First up, Emily Entwistle by Karen Barclay pitches us headlong into the world of big business: a crisis has happened in an unnamed factory and corporate business solutions expert Elfrida (Frankie McEachen) is sent to sort the damage, with of course, less than successful results.

Heavy on the corporate speak (which considering the audience reaction was not a world we are as familiar with as the writer) and light on storyline and laughs, Barclay’s piece lacked cohesion and smacked a little of self-indulgence from the choice of heroines the play takes its name from to the I’m clever than you attitude which the writer seemed keen to demonstrate throughout. What did shine through was the talent of the actors, in particular Johanna…

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