By Peter Hepple for The Stage
I doubt if any show this year will receive a more joyous reception than Trevor Nunn's National Theatre production of this Cole Porter classic, the original book by PG Wodehouse, Guy Bolton, Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse being slightly modernised by Timothy Crouse and John Weidman, who have injected a few sharp one-liners into a script which is delightfully dated already.
What it proves, of course, is that there is still an appetite for the type of American musical that drew in the crowds 50 years and more ago. This one is set on a thirties ocean liner, when all the passengers are smart and wealthy. click for more