WHO'S Under Where proved a great evening of light entertainment, complete with cross dressing, lingerie and a young man in boxer shorts.

But it's not as risqué as it sounds and was light hearted and fun, with the second half leaving the audience in stitches.

The first half took a while to get going as the story was laid down, with Jane Pritchard (Janine Leigh) and Sybil Brunt (Susie Emmett) preparing for a big meeting with a top lingerie businessman.

They are hoping to sell their new lingerie line to Simon Fruferelli (Patrick Monckton) in a multi million pound deal.

But they are trying to keep it a secret from their husbands, George Brunt (Steven Pinder) and Paul Pritchard (Mark Curry) before the deal is clinched.

In true farcical style their husbands get completely the wrong end of the stick and due to their secrecy think they are having affairs. So they follow them to the hotel room, where they will be meeting Fruferelli, and continue to jump to conclusions, especially when male model Sebastian (Dale Monie) turns up.

The actors were all brilliant throughout and in the first half it was the script which let the show down slightly.

But in the second half it really came alive and was very funny, as the silliness notched up a few gears. Mark Curry, performer, actor and presenter, was excellent as the suspicious husband and really stole the show.

Steven Pinder was also funny as the rather hapless George. The facial expressions of the two were really something to behold.

Eric Carte was also funny as the over zealous security guard, Roger Hodge.

An evening at the Mill at Sonning is not just about the theatre though, and also includes a two course dinner beforehand.

It is all very well organised and when you arrive you find your name and table number on the board in reception.

Once seated you then queue up for dinner, which is served to you by young, friendly staff.

I went for the chilli con carne, which had a nice spice to it- not too hot but warming. The mince was finely chopped and was good quality.

You can then help yourself to a selection of vegetables and salad. My mum went for the spiced chicken tagine, which she said had a lovely, home cooked sauce with the well cooked chicken leg.

My dad opted for the steak, mushroom and stout pie. Compared to my huge portion of chilli con carne the pie looked very small, but I think it may be the most popular dish. For dessert mum and I went for the lemon meringue pie. It was ok but could have been more lemony and had more meringue on top.

Dad had the bread and butter pudding with plenty of custard, as requested. Although not as good as an old recipe I use it was still a nice end to the meal.

It is decent, home cooked food and along with the theatre it all makes for a very pleasant evening in a lovely venue.

Who's Under Where? is at The Mill at Sonning until September 28. Tickets range from £38.50 to £49.00. Call 0118 9698000 or go to www.millatsonning.com