FringeReview UK 2021
Absorbing. With such an acting masterclass the play’s a bewitchingly-voiced fugue on the limits of belief and betrayal.
Stoppard’s written out his theatrical testament. Outstanding.
A profound parable for co-existence and its sometime impossibility, perpetually skewed by others’ disruptions.
The most educative stand-up and a thrilling presentation. Oh and bloody funny on the tragedies.
With his new production director Robin Herford, most associated with this play, brings pace, panache, and more than a dose of Ayckbourn’s generosity of spirit
A first-rate revival of a play that with its ostensible shock-value in aspic, reveals subversions and a clever structure so unsettling we should all look in the mirror and wince.
Naturally enriched by living with Shakespeare Michael Pennington unearths local habitations and names for him.
As spellbinding as Circe and Calypso in one
See it again!
Heartstopping. There’s an absoluteness here we need. We must prove desperate for it or die ourselves.
Again the most educative stand-up and a thrilling presentation. Oh and bloody funny on war, male sexuality and the Bechdel Test.
A jewel of inhabiting