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Breakfast At Tiffany’s, Theatre Review. Haymarket Theatre, London.

Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *

Cast: Pixie Lott, Matt Barber, Victor McGuire, Katy Allen, Robert Calvert, Naomi Cranston, Charlie De Melo, Tim Francis, Andrew Joshi, Melanie La Barrie, Sevan Stephan, Andy Watkins.

Forget the comfortable situation employed by Hollywood, the sight of Audrey Hepburn and George Peppard turning the pages of a novel upside down so it almost becomes unrecognisable to the readers who made it much loved in the first place. When it comes to bringing a story to life, most of the time the truest form of sincere adaption comes from the theatre and the actors slogging their guts out, feeling the character’s skin and with the chance that that well loved story might turn out to be received as fickle and as erratic as electricity captured in a vacuum.

The Unity Theatre To Host Joanne Sherryden’s The Rainbow Connection.

Some people can become the most unlikely of friends and the friendship between two very people is the subject of The Rainbow Connection which is being performed at the Unity Theatre from February 21st to Saturday 23rd February.

Joe is agoraphobic and anti-social whereas Shelly is just the opposite. Joe likes the George Peppard and Audrey Hepburn film Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Shelly sees a black-and–white film and she thinks there is something wrong with the television.  Joe has experienced a recent tragedy. Shelly is hanging on the dubious promises of the controlling Bernie. Joe is gay and Shelly isn’t. To say they don’t have much in common would be an understatement.