A delightfully Armando Iannucci-fied take on Charles Dickens’ classic novel, The Personal History of David Copperfield tackles 19th century England’s class system and societal struggles through the eyes and words of one man who walks the line between the lower, upper and middle classes.
“So, perhaps we’ve learned when day is done, some stuff and nonsense could be fun!”
“Paddington wouldn’t hesitate if any of us needed help! He looks for the good in all of us.”
“Long ago, people in England sent their children by train with labels around their necks, so they could be taken care of by complete strangers in the country side where it was safe. They will not have forgotten how to treat strangers.”