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This is writing that feels engrossing as it proceeds, but less significant once it has passed. It's a memorable vehicle for David Harbour’s talent, and that is compelling reason in itself to see this show. Full Review
Laura Ford and Angharad Jones’s direction allows Lava’s humour to flow with real spontaneity, and feels very nicely attuned to the nuances of a piece in which silences can speak more potently than any utterance. Full Review
It offers plenty to a cast that is led by a barnstorming performance from Robert Lindsay, while the female roles are richer in both nuance and feeling. Roxana Silbert’s production is accomplished, but this dysfunctional family needs more to bring it together. Full Review
It’s a revealing adaptation... one that maintains much of the spirit of the original while transplanting it to a dramatically different world (though some of the textual balances perhaps feel stretched...).' Full Review
Rich in empathy, dramatically raw, Alexander Zeldin's bleak study of society on the edge...Zeldin’s honesty is such that he can’t give his characters 'voices' that they wouldn’t have in their real circumstances.' Full Review