REVIEW: Young Marx, Bridge Theatre ✭✭✭✭

Rory Kinnear in Young Marx at the Bridge Theatre

Bean and Coleman don’t put a foot wrong. Briskly plotted, dizzily paced with doors flying shut and open with split-second timing, revealing and concealing the players with all the aplomb of a delicious Deuxieme Empire farce, Young Marx is a racy, gallivanting romp, making the earnest lead a figure of fun.

FIRST LOOK: The Bridge Theatre, London’s Newest Theatre

Bridge Theatre opening

This past weekend Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr welcomed the first ever audience to The Bridge Theatre. London’s newest theatre is situated on the river by Tower Bridge and City Hall. The Bridge Theatre is the flagship theatre of the London Theatre Company and is the first major theatre to be added to London’s commercial theatre stock in eighty years. On Saturday night of the Bridge and Young Bridge members were invited to try out the new theatre for the first time. They saw the theatre’s first production Young Marx. The audience of over nine hundred people also got to experience the theatres bar and cafe facilities. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE BRIDGE THEATRE

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