Sheila Vanloo April 12, 2018

A marvellous romp with unexpected twists and turns and a variety of weird and wonderful characters Fans of BishBashBosh have come to expect great things with each production and A Mere Interlude is as good as it gets. Alan Kent’s terrific adaptation of the Thomas Hardy novel is a tale of Scilly folk peppered with romance, sex, violence and a huge amount of fun. Set in the late 1880s, the story of unhappy and subversive…

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The Cornishman

Play owes as much to Laurel & Hardy as Thomas Hardy Lit by the sun and the moon, Cornish theatre company BishBashBosh made its debut at the Minack on the finest opening night of the season for many years. Adapted from a Thomas Hardy short story by Cornish playwright Alan M Kent, A Mere Interlude is directed by John Hoggarth and set in the late 19th century. The play concerns “a moment of madness” in…

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