About town: Killing the Danes with laughter

 

Vivienne McKee was in fine form on stage with her production of ‘Killing the Danes 2’  at the CPH Stage theatre festival, which continues until Sunday (although McKee’s show sadly ended on June 15). On premiere night, a number of guests from the diplomatic corps and the world of theatre gathered to wish her luck, including (centre left) Indian ambassador Niraj Srivastava and his wife; (centre right and right) comedian Farshad Kholghi and (right) Crazy Christmas Cabaret regular David Bateson.

 





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