Old Kieran Poynter had a panto, e-i-e-i-o. And in that panto a tax partner acted, e-i-e-i-o. With a John Whiting here, a John Whiting there, here a John, there a John, everywhere a John John. TS will calm down now.
But it has been hard to unwind after the excitement of last week’s PricewaterhouseCoopers panto. John Whiting and Gerry Lagerberg, the partner cameos, were superb (though they didn’t quite master the dance steps).
Whiting told TS afterwards that he had ad-libbed most of his lines too, making the achievement even more spectacular in our view. Can he now make the transfer from stage to screen, that’s what TS wants to know.
For some of the ‘adult-style’ jokes presented by the PwC players, click on this link.
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