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Daisy Pulls it Off at the Watermill Theatre  
First reviews are in for the Really Useful Group's licensed production of Daisy Pulls it Off.
Daisy Pulls It Off - Watermill Theatre

Daisy Pulls it Off, writer Denise Deegan’s tale of scholarship girl Daisy Meredith’s term-time adventures at Grangewood School for Young Ladies in 1927, opened last week at The Watermill Theatre in Newbury, UK.

The show, which is licensed by The Really Useful Group, originally premiered in the West End at the Gielgud Theatre in 1983 and was produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber.

In Daisy Pulls it Off, our heroine must do her best to resist the dastardly schemes of fellow pupils Sybill and Monica to get her expelled. Luckily she has madcap friend Trixie Martin to help her…

The Stage called the cast of the Watermill Theatre production “sublimely divine,” while the show has already earned a four-star review on The Public Reviews website.

For more information about the show and to book tickets, visit The Watermill Theatre website.

Posted on: 9th June 2010

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