Opening with the arrival of a flustered White Rabbit and ending with the murder of a Red Queen, Gerald Barry’s pick-and-mix of Lewis Carroll’s Alice books was a hysterical hour of operatic delirium.
Wed, 15 Mar, 2017
COKE, Charlie, Blow, the Devil’s Dandruff, Flake, Angie, Line, Base, C, Toot, Snow . . . few drugs go under so many names, or seem so suited to the stressful lifestyle of the 21st century — both a stimulant, and an appetite suppressant . . . and very quick to administer.
Sat, 26 Jul, 2008