A review of A Taste of Honey
Reviewer: Stan Howes
It had been a long time since I saw the film version of A Taste of Honey so I was both surprised and delighted at the Lyceum's production.
A gritty portrayal of working class life in the north of England in the late 1950s was offset by Shelagh Delaney's wit and humour and made for a great night in the theatre. It was a truly timely revival of this influential play.
I try to take in as many of the Lyceum's diverse productions as possible when I am in Edinburgh, from the classic to the bang up to date, and have always found them stimulating and fresh.
Now what's on next month?!