Finally got round to seeing Joss Whedon's production of Much Ado About Nothing and I was suitably chuffed with it all. It took a little while to break into the Shakespearian language, especially considering I've neither seen any performance of or read the play, but thankfully it all pretty much makes sense. Obviously no comparison point, but it was carried with a sense of passion from everyone involved and that really shone through. It was simply really enjoyable and entertaining and that's enough for me.

Also, everyone in it is unfairly attractive. That's not a sleight, just saying.