Never mind Stepping Out – the real wonder of this production is Anna-Jane Casey stepping in for the injured Tamzin Outhwaite at such short notice. It’s a plot twist worthy of the backstage shenanigans in Richard Harris’s genial 1984 play about the members of a weekly tap class, and Casey’s superb turn – and smooth integration into the ensemble – equally in keeping with its triumphant community spirit.
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