War bad, theatre good. That’s about the level of insight available from this amiable show, transferring after a successful run in Bath. It’s one of the weaker entries in the ever-popular backstage genre, sharing Vaudevillian DNA with Gypsy and a Nazi backdrop withCabaret, but lacking the profundity of either. Though our girls bare all to stick it to Hitler, the drama remains skin-deep.
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