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Hilarious musical Operation Mincemeat is one of the best shows in town – review

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We went to review Operation Mincemeat last summer when it opened at the Southwark Playhouse and we absolutely adored it – describing this quirky little musical as “fun, funny and an absolute must-see”.

There have been some changes over the last year: Sean Carey is currently standing in for original cast member David Cumming, who is out due to injury; the show has a new home, at Hammersmith’s Riverside Studios; and we spotted a handful of new jokes, including a knowing nod alluding to the new feature film of the same name.

It remains one of the best shows in town. For the production we saw, Sean Carey had only been standing in for a few weeks, but you’d never know – he fits in seamlessly.

For those unfamiliar with Operation Mincemeat, it’s a real-life story of a genuine operation during the Second World War – a rather ridiculous mission with the intention of throwing Hitler off course, enabling the allied forces to advance.

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