Instructions For Correct Assembly with its strong cast and striking design boosted by a touch of illusion, is smart and entertaining, confirming Thomas Eccleshare as a writer to watch.
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Yes Gundog is a bleak play, but the script breaks into the most wonderful, poetic language, particularly from Mick, who delivers a beautiful speech about planting himself in the earth and the sky to protect his family.
Originally staged at the Octagon Theatre in Bolton, this is a timely revival that has been given added relevance by continuing debate over exploitation and masculinity.
It’s refreshing to go to something without such barefaced moralising but I can’t say I really enjoyed it. No kidding.
Every molecule of the space of the Jerwood Theatre Upstairs is packed with the energy, enthusiasm, passion and commitment of the seven strong ensemble.
But there was one thing I had forgotten. It was always there, I had just forgotten it. And that’s how brilliant a writer Cartwright is.
Casting has been announced for Andrea Dunbar’s landmark play Rita, Sue and Bob Too directed by Max Stafford-Clark which starts a UK tour on the 6th September 2017. Best friends Rita and Sue get a lift home from married Bob after babysitting his kids. When he takes the scenic route and offers them a […]
Dominated and ultimately hindered by its unfortunate subtext, Bodies leaves its audience feeling uneasy for all the wrong reasons.