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(From Guardian Unlimited)
Although scarcely anything else seems to be put on in the West End these days, stagings of much-loved books and movies do carry one big risk. Namely that, instead of breathing fresh life into a familiar title, they just end up slobbering all over the corpse. Few films, it must be said, are better loved that Breakfast at Tiffany's, with its legendary performance by Audrey Hepburn as the kooky it-girl Holly Golightly. So for Anna Friel to emerge from press night merely uncrucified would be an achievement.
And she manages it, just about. "Elfin grace and blithe charm" were detected by Michael Billington . "She works hard, acts well, and even …