School For Scandal
Show type: Edinburgh Fringe 2009
The School For Scandal is a comedy of manners written by Richard Brinsley- Sheridan.
The play’s principal themes are: the deceptive nature of appearances, the fickleness of reputation and the often, disreputable guises, behind which goodness and honesty can conceal itself. First performed in 1777, the play remains a crowd-pleaser and is one of the standard repertory pieces in our dramatic literature.
Directed by Cal McCrystal
Ian Robinson - 27/08/2009
It's rubbish but it's brilliant. Don't go for the plot or classical acting and you'll have a great time.