Topless Paperback – 10 Apr 2006
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"...Topless made me laugh and cry from Piccadilly Circus to the Tower of London." * Welcome to London Magazine *
Sandie is your sexy tour guide for a fabulous tour of London on an open top sightseeing bus. She can't wait to point out all the sights from Big Ben to the Tower of London and tell you all about their history. Unfortunately, that's not all that she wants to talk about. Nearly every sight along the way seems to trigger off some hilarious memory to do with her "gorgeous Duncan, who's the spitting image of Mel Gibson". Domestic problems and sightseeing become entwined as Sandie reveals how she deals with her straying husband in this punchy, heartfelt comedy that takes you on an extraordinary journey through the streets of London.
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`Topless' is a one-woman play and the heroine is Sandie, a tour guide on an open-top sightseeing bus in London. We soon learn that Sandie is a chatterbox who reveals her personal life while showing London's top sights!
Sandie is a great character that is confident, crazy and really funny. I thoroughly enjoyed spending time reading about her. She truly is a wacky character. Sandie also introduces us to the people in her life including her (ex) husband Duncan, his mother and many more. Sandie's descriptions and impersonations of them are hilarious!
The play is fast-paced and does not drag. The language is witty and perfect for the setting and character. I think I would have liked it if the play was longer because it was over very quickly but it is the right length for stage performance.
Overall it was an enjoyable read but was over too quickly for my liking when you sit down to read it.