(Lyn Gardner’s article appeared in the Guardian, August 13.)
We tend to remember the big moments in our lives. The births, the deaths, the marriages, the swollen moments when we are exhilaratingly happy or desperately sad. But our lives are made up of many ordinary moments, which are unwitnessed by others and sometimes even unnoticed by ourselves. But it is in these moments that we do most of our living: there are no gaps in a lifetime. Daniel Kitson's storytelling show is a glorious, but appropriately low-key, celebration of those moments.
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