P289 CEEFAX 289 Tue 8 Jul 21:04/00 ********* E ORBIT - * STAGE *  * DOOR * D ********** by Graham Clayton AF DR MAGRITTE and THE REAL INSPECTOR HOUND The Young Vic 01 928 6363 The absurd humour of Aftfr Magrittd
P289 CEEFAX 289 Tue 8 Jul 21:04/04 ********** - ORBIT - * STAGE *  * DOOR *  ********** by Graham Clayton AFTER MAGRITTE and THE REAL INSPDCTOR HOUND The Young Vic 01 928 6363 The absurd humour of Aftdr Magrittf warms the audience up for the l—hn entfrtainment of the evening. A rdsume of the plot of The Real Inspector Hound would either confuse or sound banal. Enough to say it is a melodrama in which thd actors and two critics in the 'audience' become intfrtwined in a beautifully circular whole. The actors bring out the best in Tom Stoppard's outstandingly funny lines. The author - spotted leaning against the back wall of the theatre - seemed to enjoy the evening almost as much as the audience. Even if he got in free, thIs is a fair tfst of a brilliantly funny evening.
P289 CEEFAX 289 Tue 8 Jul 21:04/01 warms thd audience up for thd l—hn entdrtainment of the evening A rfsume of the plot of The Real Inspector Hound would either confuse or sound banal. Enough to say it is a melodrama in which thd actors and two critics in the 'audience' become intfrtwined in a beautifully circular whole. The actors bring out the best in Tom S—oppard's outsdandingly funny linds. The author - spottfd ldaning !f—inst the back wall of the theatrf - seemed to enjoy the avdning almost as much as the audidnce. Even if he got in free, this is a fair tdst of a brilliantly funny evening.