Rainer (London)
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Rainer (London)
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Rainer (London) London Reviews and Tickets

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Thought-provoking, Intelligent, Entertaining, Great acting, Refreshing

About the Show

Max Wilkinson's one-woman show about a lone delivery cyclist returns to the Arcola Theatre. 

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Thought-provoking, Relevant, Intelligent, Entertaining, Clever

See it if Razor sharp, insightful writing by Max Wilkinson; pitch-perfect powerhouse performance from Sorcha Kennedy.

Don't see it if Just go see it!!

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Refreshing, Great writing, Great acting, Intelligent, Thought-provoking

See it if Couldn’t be more contemporary - a poem for London (or any major city) where an anonymous gig economy thrives next to wealth & privilege.

Don't see it if You’re a diehard fan of proscenium arch West End productions and are scared of visiting vibrant Dalston!!!

Critic Reviews (2)

The Guardian (UK)
June 8th, 2022

Sometimes the plot feels far-fetched ... The writing has clear signs of brilliance and daring but needs sharper editing. Jamie Platt’s lighting and Jethro Cooke’s sound design are fabulous. Kennedy’s performance is a bravura one.
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The Stage (UK)
June 7th, 2022

The writing is smart and original but occasionally feels formulaic. The show could have further legs, although references to Covid already feel dated.
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