Invisible (Bush Theatre)
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Invisible (Bush Theatre)

Invisible (Bush Theatre) London Reviews and Tickets

(2 Ratings)
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Definitely funny, Relevant, Ambitious, Quirky essence, Great performance

About the Show

Nikhil Parmar's one-man show about a struggling actor who turns to drug dealing to keep his life afloat.

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163 Reviews | 6 Followers
Great performance, Definitely funny, Quick witted, Quirky essence, Busy dialogue/narration

See it if you enjoy busy storytelling. Tone is quick-witted and appealing & levelheaded recognition of certain social issues.

Don't see it if you don’t like busy storytelling in one man shows.

132 Reviews | 10 Followers
One man show, Relevant, Fast, Clever, Ambitious

See it if you enjoy provoking and lively storytelling. You think race issues are worth exploring. You don't mind non-linear stories

Don't see it if You prefer shows with a larger cast or clearer storyline. You have any kind of hearing issue (I don't and missed some dialogue) Read more

Critic Reviews (3)

Time Out London
May 26th, 2023

"Big themes are at play, but they are stitched together chaotically, and ultimately, ‘Invisible’ feels like it mostly exists as a fairly blatant vehicle for Parmar’s acting range."
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May 26th, 2023

"The themes are all interesting and important but in its current form, it makes for a chaotic hour."
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The Arts Desk
May 30th, 2023

"The delivery of the message is anything but simple... Parmar’s comedic skills and enthusiasm drive the piece’s an hour well spent, and Parmar is a talent whose work will become incresingly visible."
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