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Review: London-Paris-Roam!

Review: London-Paris-Roam!

Also published by A Younger Theatre

Tokyo; Rome; Paris; London, Sarah Tullamore sure gets around. After 22 years living in Paris, she has decided to up sticks again, to who knows where. She’s a “Woman Of A Certain Age” without any of the clichés expected of her – no partner, kids nor house in the suburbs (she may have the latter, she never actually mentions a purchased domicile one way or the other). Except, the show London-Paris-Roam! is itself one big cliché. It’s pleasant enough, but it’s also cabaret, Disney, a bit Broadway and ultimately a fairly typical tale that doesn’t quite go anywhere. The irony in a static tale about moving countries is self-evident.

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