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Review of Blythe Spirit at Tolethorpe Hall by Stamford Shakespeare Company

“It was fascinating from start to finish,” declared spiritualist Madame Acarti as she danced off stage during Tolethorpe Hall’s production of Blithe Spirit.

And you know what? She wasn’t wrong. For the entirety of Noel Coward’s show I was transfixed, watching the story unfold.

For those not in the know, the action takes place in the Kent home of Charles Condomine, an author who organises a seance to gain background information for his novel.

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