A pretty splendid production from splendid productions. Ashen faced, scarlet-cheeked and elegantly waist-coated, the three cast members jovially escort you to your seat and engage you in charming pleasantries. Then the show begins with a banging of drums and they become a very sort-of roll-up, roll-up theatrical troop. Similarly to how the play was discovered, a collection of pages without order, it isn’t performed in chronological order. This creates confusion initially and cohesion later on and commencing with the brutal murder scene is more effective than typical constructions. Particularly magnificent was the actress Kerry Frampton who played three very different characters; my especial favourite being her portrayal of the captain which amused me endlessly. Vibrant and vivacious theatre!