Love/Hate Actually

Comedy (theatre, satire)

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Description

Amy loves it. Natalie hates it. Who's right? Amy thinks the 2003 film Love Actually represents everything good about the human experience of love. Natalie thinks it's unrealistic and manipulative crap. Part double-act, part film lecture, part game show, this two-woman comedy showdown asks whether Love Actually is the ultimate romcom... or ultimately terrible. What will you decide? 'This is brilliant' (Scenestr.com.au). 'Raucously funny' (TheCreativeIssue.com.au). 'An absolute treat' (4ZZZ). 'Sweet, cheesy and funny' (ThisIsRadelaide.com.au). 'Packed full of entertaining commentary' (ArtsReview.com.au).

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