The subtitle for Tasmin Oglesby’s punchy play interrogating the education system could well be #checkyourprivilege. But it manages this without lecturing, or schooling, or being shouty. Instead, with a playground set, Rob Brydon as everyone’s favourite teacher, and a group of scooter-holding yummy and disgruntled mummies, it drills into educational inequalities and absurd policies with real humour and sensitivity.
A play sold by a certain celebrity name, but whose excellence derived from the absolute quality of the […]
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