#Tweetingit – Pixie Lott was superb but this, unfortunately, did not make up for the show being, frankly, dull.
I should probably start this review with something of a confession. Neither I nor my companion at last night’s production of Breakfast at Tiffany’s had seen the film version starring Audrey Hepburn so we went to the show not knowing the story and without expectation. This proved to be a blessing and a curse.
I suspect had we known the lack of sympathy we’d have felt for the characters, or that Capote’s tale is one of the dullest ever told, but alas we went in full of hope which slowly drained out of us over the 2 ½ hour show (which felt far, far long.