(Michael Billington’s article appeared in the Guardian,
7/13.)

Site-specific theatre takes on a new meaning with this glorious adaptation
of E Nesbit's 1906 children's classic. First seen at the York National Railway
Museum, Damien Cruden's production has arrived at the former Eurostar platform
at Waterloo station; and, for all its grandeur, this makes the perfect setting
for a story that is, in part, about the romance of rail travel.

via
www.guardian.co.uk

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