From the Motion Picture Screen play by William Rose and by Special Arrangement with StudioCanal & by Special Arrangement with Fiery Angel Ltd, London
“slickly realised revival” The Herald
“excellent…the sheer pleasure of watching the set go through its spectacular paces is probably worth the ticket-price in itself” The Scotsman
“Being fooled by art is one of the primary pleasures afforded to the middle classes.”
The classic Ealing Studios comedy from1955 gets an entirely new lease of life . . .
"A performance that is as poignant as it is comic . . . Pitlochry delights in playing up the heightened reality in Linehan’s production . . . Ken Harrison’s set, a painstakingly detailed cutaway that revolves to show us the street and railway sidings of Kings Cross station, is like something from one of Roald Dahl’s children’s books. " The Times
“A phenomenal set… five stars to the designer for this fabulous creation” The Courier
“presented beautifully…a lovely cast exemplifies the professionalism of another handsome Pitlochry production.” The Sunday Herald
“An exuberantly inventive evening.” The Guardian
"When staying in Pitlochry during the early part of the war, I chanced to see a stately house with a fairly large garden, quite close to the town. I at once realised that here my dream theatre might well be established in this fashionable resort right in the heart of Scotland"… John Stewart, Founder of Pitlochry Festival Theatre.