“Absolute profound happiness in 60 minutes or less”
It’s a big claim for a little show to make but The Quentin Dentin Show gets pretty close in its own unique way. And what a way it is – a bit Rocky Horror, a bit Dale-Winton-presented-Saturday-evening-gameshow, a bit 2am-at-the-Joiners’-Arms, and yet entirely its own thing. Sliding into the late evening slot at the Above the Arts Theatre, it’s that random but tasty slice of musical theatre that you didn’t know you needed at the end of the night.
I can describe the plot – frustrated pharmacist Nat and would-be writer Keith have hit a stumbling block in their relationship, as evidenced by a bowl of bland pasta, but are offered the chance of couples therapy (of sorts) when Keith conjures up a supernatural therapist from inside his radio – but that’s only half the story of Caldonia Walton’s production, which magics up the kind of carefree energy that makes you see why it was a hit in Edinburgh. Continue reading “Review: The Quentin Dentin Show, Above the Arts”