Cooking with Elvis Reviews
Description:Whitehall Theatre, Trafalgar Square. 6th March-2nd Sept 2000.
Newest Review: ... Not just sniggering funny, not giggling funny, but laugh out loud and poke the person next to you and repeat whatever's just been said funny. But then, suddenly, it gets serious. Then funny again. Lee Hall's main talent seems to lie in manipulating his audience's emotions, and he uses this skill to great effect. The subjects might not seem out of place on a Channel Four ... more
Customer Cooking with Elvis Reviews (1)
by - written on 13/07/00, updated on 13/07/00 (Useful, 233 readings)
Cooking With Elvis is the play that has finally got Lee Hall the recognition that he deserves. It tells the story of the relationship between a 14 year old girl obsessed with food and her anorexic mother. Both are learning to live with the girl's father, previously an Elvis impersonator and now paraplegic after a car accident, and the mother's new boyfriend Stuart (Frank Skinner). The play is rude, it is risque, and it is brilliant. Not just sniggering funny, not giggling funny, but laugh out loud and poke the person next to you and repeat whatever's just been said funny. But then, suddenly, it gets serious. Then funny again. Lee Hall's main ... Read the complete review
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