Genuinely that has to be the best acting I have see in a play. It wasn’t just Cranston who was on top form (and I mean top form), the lady from Downtown Abbey (forgot her name) as well as the other mains smashed it.
It was a such a unique and surreal experience. From the restaurant where you could actuallly sit on stage and eat a meal to participating in the show, it was just a joy from start to finish.
Phenomenal, I can’t say enough good things about it.
Oh yeah I've seen the lottery, sadly it's a fair trek from Manchester. Even with luck on my side, there's still the matter of petrol and a hotel on a day's notice, to say nothing of getting the day off work.
Still, I'm hoping to go to New York in the summer, so maybe then?