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Banal, Dated, Cliched

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Clive Judd’s award-winning debut play about a family's search for meaning.

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3 Reviews | 0 Followers
Dated, Cliched, Banal

See it if You like watching boring ordinary people talking

Don't see it if This was slow

Critic Reviews (9)

November 17th, 2022

"For a play where nothing much happens, it lacks a grander message and is way too long for what it is."
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The London Evening Standard
November 17th, 2022

" 'Here' isn’t a great play but it’s a great start: an engaging, empathetic, slightly spooky affair that definitely arrests the attention."
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The Guardian (UK)
November 18th, 2022

"Every performance is strong, not least Baker-Jones’s stage debut. And although 'Here' does not ultimately answer the questions it raises, we are held captured."
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The Times (UK)
November 16th, 2022

"The script needs sharpening, and the climactic vision granted to Matt is a leap too far. Yet, partly because the acting is so deft, you’re left intrigued about what Judd will come up with next."
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November 17th, 2022

"If Judd's point is that boredom and non-sequiturs are a part of day-to-day life, then his work here is successful, but sadly that doesn't make a very riveting play."
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All That Dazzles (UK)
November 16th, 2022

" 'Here' is an overall enjoyable watch, albeit a slightly inconsistent one. It is full of moments of brilliance, with some truly great writing and characters you find yourself completely invested in."
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The Stage (UK)
November 16th, 2022

"The play takes too long to reach climaxes that don’t quite satisfy, but it is fascinating, flitting between ideas, conventions and genres and, in the process, becoming something unsettling and rather beautiful."
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The Arts Desk
November 17th, 2022

"The play is trying so hard to say so much, it forgets the building blocks of drama - character, plot and jeopardy."
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