Review: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Glaxy, Royal Concert Hall
WHO'D have thought Douglas Adams would have predicted wikipedia?
For The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is precisely that, according to the introductory lines of this long-venerated work.
This delectable treat for sci-fi geeks of a certain age made it clear that hindsight is a wonderful thing.
Wonderfully played by a much-loved cast, this stage show recreates what the original radio production may have been like if recorded before a live audience.
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Taking material from across the five books, it brought together the cast from the original radio series from 1978: Simon Jones as Arthur Dent; Geoffrey McGivern as Ford Prefect; Susan Sheridan as Trillian, Mark Wing-Davey as Zaphod Beeblebrox and the voice of Stephen Moore as Marvin, the Paranoid Android.
So we learn about life, the universe, and everything. How time is an illusion and lunchtime doubly so; the reality brought to us by guest star "voice of the book", Christopher Timothy.
The most famous lines brought a ripple of applause as aficionados lapped up this peculiar genre – although it has to be said that there was a predictable age range in the packed house for a book that's almost 35 years old.
Is this sort of thing going to happen every time they use the Infinite Improbability Drive? Very probably.