"After Magritte" and "The Real Inspector Hound"

HumDrum return with two of Tom Stoppard's most famous one-act comedies. After Magritte (1970) explores perception and reality. The police are interested in the bizarre behaviour of a family, witnessed through their living-room window. Are Thelma and Reginald Harris guilty of the Crippled Minstrel Caper? The police would like to think so... The Real Inspector Hound (1968) has two critics arrive at a theatre to review a new murder-mystery, but things take a turn for the bizarre when the performance draws them onto the stage and into the action. But who's reviewing whom, and is anyone exactly who they claim to be?