FAG ENDS and FAMILIES is a touching, but never sentimental, occasionally dark, but never overbearingly so, story of an ordinary life told through speech and song. It is nostalgic both in form and content, truly elegiac at times, and a lovely way to spend ninety minutes. At every turn you are nodding in recognition of shared human truths whilst revelling in the performer’s dexterity. It really is quite a feat. Think of the work of Noel Coward performed with the virtuosic skill that the Master himself didn’t quite possess and you are in the right territory.