It has strong creative pedigree, too, with a script from Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors), lyrics by Richard Thomas (Jerry Springer: The Opera) and score from David Arnold (Sherlock), plus it’s helmed by hotshot director Rupert Goold. And yet this homegrown musical is rather less than the sum of its celebrated parts.
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