(Lyn Gardner’s article appeared 8/27 in the Guardian.)
In the beginning there was chaos, and then there was Christmas. That's the kind of logic behind this glorious, daft and dippy musical. It's the latest show from Little Bulb, whom you may remember from their debut show Crocosmia, a delicate tale of Battenburg cake and loss told by siblings whose parents had died, or their epic folk musical, Sporadical. This is a company so recklessly talented you want to hug them and keep them safe in case they spoil. Some may suspect that they are getting away on sheer charm, but their musicianship is superb, and their ability to conjure the pains of youth uncanny.
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