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  • Austin

    Saw the show last night at The Rondo in Bath
    Bloody fantastic
    Had a pint with Neil afterwards
    We want him to come and stage his next play for Bath CLP



  • K M Poplett

    Were lucky enough to get return tickets for The Ragged trousered philanthropists on a weekend trip to Shrewsbury. Riveted by the performance, couldn't ever manage to read the whole book so grateful for this fantastic production. Will be looking out for Mary Macarthur and the women chainmakers. Keep up the good work.

  • Philip Manners

    Attended Ragged Trousered Philanthropist at Tara Arts last night.Enjoyed the production which was witty and thought provoking. Good to have audiance participation which worked well.

  • Jane Shaw

    I didn't have a pen to complete the feedback form in Barton last night. I wanted to see the performance because I saw United We Stand in Hull a couple of years ago which was excellent and I wasn't disappointed. What a tremendous production and what a feat to remember all the words and more especially which character you were at the time. Thank you so much for a thoughtful and thought-provoking performance.

  • Ian Gent

    Watched the performance of Ragged Trousered Philanthropists at the Ropewalk in Barton last night. Really enjoyed it - hats off (all of them) to Neil for putting on a splendid show. He didn't scamp on anything...

  • Eddie Lopez

    Will the tour come to Exeter or Plymouth?

  • Martin Hughes

    Saw the play about Grunwick last night. Thoroughly brilliant and congratulations on reviving this important passage of history. Having participated in the mass picket at Grunwick this had particular resonance for me.