It's a must see play that can't be missed. There was a very good actor who was a drunk poet. He improvised and tried to make the audience laugh a little bit. Funnily enough he also spoke to me and he said 'Do you enjoy the play?' and I said 'Yes'. Near the end it's quite emotional and I will not spoil it but it is an unexpected ending. When I first got to Derby Theatre I thought it would be a musketeer kind of play set in France and I was correct because it was set in France. My expectations were a lot of sword fights and comedy parts. It was a lot different to what I expected. There was more space between the fighting and instead there was a little bit of comedy and a song about the main character's nose which was quite long. I thought that was funny, I said to myself. There was a lot of talking and poetry and rhyming, and quite a bit of music and singing. That was entertaining. At the end I felt like is was worth the watch and I would definitely suggest it to other people if they like the theatre.