Read more about the article REVIEW: Love and Other Acts of Violence <br> Donmar Warehouse (2021)
Abigail Wesinstock as HER and Tom Mothersdale as HIM (Photo: Helen Murray)

REVIEW: Love and Other Acts of Violence
Donmar Warehouse (2021)

Is violence genetically transmitted? "You see mine is also a history of disaster. My people a humiliated people." Man Abigail Weinstock as HER and Tom Mothersdale as HIM (Photo: Helen…

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Donmar Warehouse (2021)
Read more about the article REVIEW: My Night with Reg, Donmar (2014) from our archive.  Showing at the Turbine from 21st July 2021
Lewis Reeves as Eric, and Julian Ovenden as John (Photo: Johan Persson)

REVIEW: My Night with Reg, Donmar (2014) from our archive. Showing at the Turbine from 21st July 2021

Dan's toasts were sexually explicit and very funny, for instance "Gross Indecency" and "Sodomy". All three men are very different characters; Guy is socially awkward but anxious to please and his knitting is a running joke; John looks beautiful and seems caught up in his own thoughts and Daniel, in a flying visit, is personality plus with loads of sexual double entendre.

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Read more about the article REVIEW: Constellations reviewed in 2012 opening at the Vaudeville June 2021
Rafe Spall as Roland (Photo: Simon Annand)

REVIEW: Constellations reviewed in 2012 opening at the Vaudeville June 2021

Nick Payne’s latest play for The Royal Court is a two hander on the possibilities of alternative actions and parallel existences. With references to string theory, quantum mechanics and relativity about which your reviewer makes no pretence as to having any comprehension, I was reminded of Charlotte Jones’ play Humble Boy.

Continue ReadingREVIEW: Constellations reviewed in 2012 opening at the Vaudeville June 2021