Dear Lupin, Apollo Theatre

Dear Lupin. James Fox (Roger Mortimer) and Jack Fox (Charlie Mortimer). Photo credit Manuel Harlan (3)A sterling case is made for the lost art of letter-writing in Michael Simkins’ dramatisation of Roger Mortimer’s missives to his wayward son. Mortimer’s inimitable turn of phrase, preserved in epistolary form, is the highlight of a genial show notable more for its casting of a real father and son than provision of gripping drama. It’s cosy as a pair of bedroom slippers, best enjoyed with a glass of Mortimer-approved sherry, but hasn’t entirely transitioned from one medium to another.

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