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Sunday Night at the Museum

The Express’s Cyril Aynsley was not too keen on last night’s play The Two Virtues which, he says, “probably brought the house down” when it was originally performed on the stage in 1914, but now, despite an “excellent cast” and a “slick production” it was a “hard and emotionless comedy” and a “museum-piece”.

He was echoed by The Times’ reviewer who felt that it was “really only of interest to the theatrical historian” and his final verdict: “Mr Stephen Harrison produced the actors well, but he was not able to prevent them sitting together most of the time in rather lifeless groups.”

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