April 24, 2017

Simon Stephens' newest work is his first experiment into contemporary dance  - and I desperately wish it had gone further into this field. The script is a relatively formless narrative that the director/choreographer may (or may not) use as they wish. To read, it feels...

September 8, 2016

It always feels unusual to be leaving a theatre having loved and disliked a play at the same time. After watching the performance and researching the original 2014 production, I can only pinpoint this to the fact the current production has suffered due to its reconstru...

April 10, 2016

X originally appealed to me as an avid fan of dystopian sci-fi, although I was also drawn by the excellent reviews for McDowell's Pomona. The play has all the elements of a good sci-fi thriller, with burning tension and characters for whom you...

August 11, 2015

With a set and concept this beautiful, it was almost impossible to live up to my expectations.  The concept is almost inperceptable - The play lives within the belief of the quantum multiverse theory - creating and re-creating the infinite possibilities of a relationsh...

July 25, 2015

Unbelievably, for the first time in my life, I find myself agreeing with Quentin Letts on something. For most of hang's opening dialogue, "its little feints and repetitions soon sound forced"1 - the 'why don't you... you could... ' is badly executed, and seems unnatura...

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