See it if you want to see a rather wry monologue performed by an unquestionably great actor.
Don't see it if you aren’t interested enough in the topic to sit through over 2 hours of just talking- no frills or staging really, just a simple monologue. Read more
"This is Dame Maureen's night and she makes of it a masterclass: her 'Rose' is funny, unflinching, deeply moving; she's benign, tricky, damaged, powerful, a mass of contradictions and a crucible of sheer humanity."
"Maureen Lipman’s magnificent solo performance is spell-bindingly captivating, and to see her perform it without a screen between actor and audience, feels like an unforgettable privilege."
"Despite its wry gags the play becomes mired in claggy exposition and an episode of blunt whimsy when Rose invokes her first husband’s spirit."