This revival is wonderful. There are some brilliant performances, particularly Sam Butterworth, who I'd never have cast in the role, out of principal, really, on account of his being a reality TV star, but he's genuinely excellent.
The scene when Philip Sallon gets beaten up was a very different prospect seen through the lens of last year's events when Philip was nearly killed in a homophobic attack.
Both Nathan and I were slightly reticent about going to see the show, worrying that it might have been slightly unnerving, or bring up some of the more turbulent memories from the time. I did, after all, walk out of the show a week before it got its notice. But it was deeply charming, hugely nostalgic, and I hope lots of people will go to see it.