FringeReview UK 2022
It’s like being illumined from a trip-light.
Howard Brenton touching eighty is at the height of his powers. Tom Littler has assembled a pitch-perfect cast, reuniting two from his outstanding All’s Well. This too.
A great Hamlet almost realised
A wonderful score and musicians, above all Bea Segura’s titanic act of shrivelling, make this a must-see.
There’ll be nothing more blazing or relevant on the London stage this year.
There’s no finer dramatisation of India’s internal conflicts. Shubham Saraf’s Gandhi-killer Godse stands out in this thrilling ensemble and storms it too.
Packs a mighty question that can still knock you off balance.
Ibsen’s elusive masterpiece is so rarely performed seeing it is an imperative. Played with such authority as here, in Norwegian and English, it’s not a luxury but a must-see.