Sea Creatures
Closed 1h 50m
Sea Creatures
60

Sea Creatures London Reviews and Tickets

60%
(2 Ratings)
Positive
50%
Mixed
0%
Negative
50%
Members say
Slow, Confusing, Absorbing, Excruciating, Contemplative, melancholy, and playful

About the Show

The world premiere of Cordelia Lynn's new drama.

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Show-Score Member Reviews (2)

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54 Reviews | 16 Followers
85
Contemplative, melancholy, and playful, Absorbing

See it if You like contemplative and playful shoes that wear their melancholy lightly.

Don't see it if You require the tension of a linear plot. Read more

148 Reviews | 19 Followers
34
Disappointing, Slow, Excruciating, Dizzying, Confusing

See it if You like listening to the sea waves constantly as that's the bgm

Don't see it if You want to watch some semblance of a play! I didn't get anything out of it other than the premise which I knew before watching it!

Critic Reviews (8)

BroadwayWorld
April 5th, 2023

" 'Sea Creatures' lacks an identity of its own, emotions are familiar and its direction predictable. "
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The London Evening Standard
April 6th, 2023

“A few exchanges within scenes are repeated with a sado-masochistic spin, but this feels more like a whim than a coherent narrative idea...A bit more development and dramaturgy might have helped.”
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The Guardian (UK)
April 5th, 2023

"It is all startling, frustrating, self-consciously elusive, its meaning glittering distantly in the horizon but just out of reach, tauntingly so."
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The Times (UK)
April 5th, 2023

“Everything is stylishly assembled. There’s just nothing at the core.”
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The Stage (UK)
April 7th, 2023

“Poetic, portentous and absorbingly atmospheric, this contemporary fable – directed by James MacDonald – is a languid meditation on grief, resilience, and the primal forces of creation and destruction.”
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The Arts Desk
April 7th, 2023

“Throughout the show’s 110 minutes I wished that the acting could have been as strange as the text...A mysterious show which, for me, didn’t quite work.”
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Time Out London
April 5th, 2023

“Strangely engaging, yet entirely perplexing, ‘Sea Creatures’ sends your head spinning and leaves you grappling to know more.”
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All That Dazzles (UK)
April 5th, 2023

“ ‘Sea Creatures’ is head-spinning in many ways and had me thinking about it for hours thereafter, debating hidden meanings...In the play we are told that the sea always has her price. In the case of ‘Sea Creatures’ that price is worth paying.”
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