Trevor Nunn's revival at the Haymarket in 2011 was a landmark production and a prescient reminder of how accessible Rattigan can be.This touring production, directed by Justin Audibert, fails to create that same sense of immediacy and some of the more emotional scenes suffer for it.Despite the inclusion of the altogether superfluous “Miss Pink Paradise” subplot, the second episode of builds on the strengths of the first, but without necessarily rectifying its weaknesses.The story focuses on the lives of the Prozorov family; three sisters (Olga, Masha and Irina) and their brother Andrei.Olivia Hallinan at the Baileys Chocolat Luxe launch Olivia Hallinan wants a 'Sugar Rush' reunion.The 29-year-old beauty is keen to reprise her role as lesbian teenager Kim in a follow up to the first two series - which centred around her alter-ego's strong feelings for best friend Sugar (Lenora Crichlow) and ran from 2005 to 2006 - but only if it "felt right" to revisit the story.
But only if it felt right, some of these shows come back and it doesn't really work. She's in LA at the moment." While Olivia has gone on to star in several shows including period drama 'Lark Rise to Candleford' and most recently comedy series 'Chickens' alongside 'Inbetweeners' actors Simon Bird and Joe Thomas following her 'Sugar Rush' success, she is keen to break America. I'd love to star in a big movie but it's always the big names they want like Carey Mulligan because they attract audiences. Simon and Joe were great to work with." The flame-haired stunner sampled the new Baileys Chocolat Luxe drink at the beverage's launch, which also featured DJ sets by Pixie Geldof and Gizzi Erskine.The power of their final reunion thankfully remains undimmed, while any hint of the love triangle just fizzles out.Hayley Grindle's heavily raked set seems inordinately fussy, but if anything this reflects Audibert's directorial choices, which appear to dwell on the surface rather than subtext.Predictably, everything is sorted out by the hour’s conclusion, likely never to be discussed again, and this in tandem with the episode’s complete lack of development of the show’s main narrative strands would usually result in a somewhat underwhelming hour of television.However, the episode remains enjoyable throughout, thanks in no small part to Olivia Hallinan, who delivers a stunning performance as the volatile Jocelin.