Review of Oliver Twist

Last night’s Oliver Twist by TNT Theatre Britain was a good show. There was humour and audience interation. Behind the facade of dirty London (not only referring to the smog), the play is a happy one that depicts how Oliver Twist’s life was on a roundabout to find his way, unknowingly, to his enstranged unknown grandfather. Eventually, he is back in the warmth of his grandfather and the bad guys either made the correct choices in their lives or died.
 
The amazing thing was that many of the male characters were acted by females who were very believing in their art. Most of the actors take on many roles in the play, which is very tough. Having to memorise so many lines and continuously act for one and half hour is not easy at all.
 
Good show!
Terence gave it thumbs-up too!
My friends from FPA also had positive comments about it.
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