Despite the important and catastrophic events facing the four handbagged women, such as the Falkland Islands War and the Great Miners’ Strike of 1985, the play was reviewed in its first British run as “witty and delightful" and “high-spirited and shrewd." At one point Thatcher, known as the Iron Lady, asks her husband if “Her Majesty is a socialist." When it is time for us to have an intermission, Thatcher insists on skipping it, but the Queen rules: “There will now be a fifteen minute interval." The play closes with the breakup of Prince Charles and Princess Diana and the attempted imposition of the Tories’ disastrous poll tax, pushing our heroines even farther apart and causing both monarchy and the Conservative Party to falter.
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