Years: 2020 2019
Brighton Year-Round 2020
Family Album is possibly the most disastrous production this already unfortunate play has ever sustained. More, Coward would declare it’s a travesty; of genius. Hands Across the Sea is pitch-perfect in a slightly outré version of what Coward meant.
A theatrical arcady on our doorstep
If you see one production this Christmas, see this.
Richly charactered, thoroughly absorbing.
A small masterclass in storytelling from the ground up
Don’t waste your ticket. Stay to the end if you dare.
Here the shadows fall the more convincingly to join with those chimes at midnight in Henry IV/2.
An alert, dark-hued production. We have heard the chimes at midnight
A tedious brief tragedy? King John is fun… It’s been said.
A stylishly visceral production.
A blissfully alive production.
A deeply revolving production.
Mark Wilson and his team triumph in a whisper, and a restraining cry.
A triumph. Nearly flawless, it must be seen by anyone interested in contemporary drama.
We’re privileged to see this rarely-performed work moulded by OFS. A play for our times.
The definitive Vanya for our times