I am 27 and I just loved it!!! Really, really want to see it again:) Still laughing when I remember some moments of it:) Fantastic!
Antoniya (Unverified), 01/08/09
Awful awful awful. I went to see this play and didn't hear any adults laughing. The children were, but mostly at each other as the play failed completely to engage them. There were no intelligent references featured, unless you count a medley of songs about flying and glib references to global warming, which I do not. A waste of time.
Ish (Unverified), 11/04/09
Cloudcuckooland: Aristophanes for the X factor Generation
Have you ever wanted to see a robin playing a trombone? How about a Dodo negotiating with Gordon Brown? No... I didn't think so... but I think that gives you a flavour of Cloudcuckooland; it's the ancient Greek comedy you never knew you wanted to see! From the start the play, based on The Birds by Aristophanes, is packed with satire, nods to popular culture and belly laughs. And, in my uncultured opinion, you don't even need to know the first thing about Greek comedy (though, if you do, I'm sure you can laugh at the actors pratting around dressed as birds in a much more ironic and self-satisfied way!).
CharlieM (DI Reviewer), 15/02/08
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