Super High Resolution (London)
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Super High Resolution (London)

Super High Resolution (London) London Reviews and Tickets

(2 Ratings)
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Intense, Absorbing, Relevant, Great acting, Intelligent

About the Show

Nathan Ellis' dark comedy about an NHS doctor pushed to the limit in a broken system.

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1 Review | 0 Followers
Relevant, Intense, Intelligent, Great acting, Absorbing

See it if You want a totally absorbing, if grim, depiction of working in the NHS as a junior doctor. Excellent staging, acting and characterisation.

Don't see it if You want something light!

2 Reviews | 0 Followers
Cliched, Intense

See it if you enjoy seeing a strong set of actors/characters interacting even if the story is not so great.

Don't see it if you hate strobe effects, darkness and emotionally intense shows

Critic Reviews (7)

The London Evening Standard
November 3rd, 2022

“Amid a fine ensemble, Blackborow stands out…This play isn’t perfect, but as a warning about what we’ve let the NHS become, it feels important.”
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The Stage (UK)
November 4th, 2022

“Ellis’ writing is also compassionate and darkly funny, in a production by Blanche McIntyre that combines the briskness of just-about-coping with the queasy underwater disorientation of mental and physical exhaustion, as days and nights blur and despair sets in.”
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Time Out London
November 2nd, 2022

"The subject matter here is more obviously heartstring-tugging, but it doesn't have the same emotional impact. Still, it's a valuable reminder that an embattled, underfunded NHS isn't just failing its patients – it's failing its staff too."
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November 4th, 2022

“It strikes me that where ‘Super High Resolution’ scores most highly is in its painfully funny, mercilessly well-observed observation of family dynamics.”
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The Arts Desk
November 14th, 2022

"The intensity of the story is urgently conveyed through Jasmine Blackborow’s utterly convincing performance as Anna, who never leaves the stage for the 100-minute duration of the play."
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The Guardian (UK)
November 3rd, 2022

“The dialogue here is sharp and sarcastic, but it tells a little more than it shows. The writing is strongest in the sections where we see the effects of mounting pressures, rather than when we just hear about them in conversation.”
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The Times (UK)
November 3rd, 2022

“It is punchy, mordantly funny and occasionally soapily melodramatic, and it is anchored by a star-making performance from Jasmine Blackborow.”
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