If anything unites the main characters, it's maybe their sex lives—faintly remembered or, as yet, frustratingly unfulfilled. All of which lends Gardner's play some very broad humour and rewards its capacity audience here (for the first of two nights of performance) with a lot of laughs. Unsurprising, since Gardner is also a stand-up comedienne. So what she's created is really a series of comedy sketches around a series of easily enjoyable characters, with—you strongly suspect—an eye on developing it all as a TV series. There's certainly a group of people here whose company you might enjoy on a weekly basis. Victoria Wood's sitcom Dinner Ladies springs easily to mind. David Upton, British Theatre Guide .