That Is Not Who I Am (London)
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That Is Not Who I Am (London)
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That Is Not Who I Am (London) London Reviews and Tickets

66%
(9 Reviews)
Positive
56%
Mixed
22%
Negative
22%
Members say
Thought-provoking, Great acting, Funny, Disappointing, Confusing

About the Show

The world premiere of a new thriller about identity theft and its devastating consequences.

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Member Reviews (9)

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32 Reviews | 1 Follower
35
Wow — this stupid play actually got produced

See it if Well, I’d advise you not to.

Don't see it if Want to see something intelligent Read more

7 Reviews | 0 Followers
100
Intense, Intelligent, Riveting

See it if You are up for a Subversive and incisive political thriller

Don't see it if You like a nice chat in the interval (there isn’t one) about what else you’ve seen the actors in on the telly.

4 Reviews | 0 Followers
60
Disappointing, Confusing, Funny, Great acting, Thought-provoking

See it if Great acting, interesting concept.

Don't see it if You want to see a play about cyber security and identity theft, it’s not about that at all. It was overall quite silly and obscure. Read more

1 Review | 0 Followers
80
Ambitious, Thought-provoking, Absorbing, Funny, Great acting

See it if You like things that question the status-quo.

Don't see it if You don’t like deep relationship stories with a bit of humour.

1 Review | 0 Followers
100
Great acting, Thought-provoking, Great writing, Clever, Absorbing

See it if You like theatre that challenges you and the world as we know it. An intense and surprising ending could only lead to a standing ovation

Don't see it if You like staying in your comfort zone and are not open to seeing something new Read more

1 Review | 0 Followers
4
Slow, Indulgent, Insipid, Disappointing, Excruciating

See it if You like scenes that go no where, interspersed with narration that have nothing to do with the scenes.

Don't see it if You want to keep liking theatre.

1 Review | 0 Followers
85
Must see, Entertaining, Clever, Relevant, Thought-provoking

See it if You want to fall down a rabbit-hole and have your brain stretched about information technology & conspiracies with a dash of meta-theatrics

Don't see it if You have a weak bladder: the play runs to the best part of two hours without an interval.

343 Reviews | 69 Followers
During previews
75
Overlong, Funny, Entertaining

See it if you are keen to see new work.

Don't see it if you can’t hold still for 2 hours, no interval. Read more

Critic Reviews (11)

The Telegraph (UK)
June 19th, 2022

Somehow the evening ... dwindles into a case of “so-what?”. Oddly, it satisfies most when at its most conventional. It feels too self-involved and woolly to hit home hard.
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The London Evening Standard
June 19th, 2022

The play is an enjoyably slippery, enthralling piece of work, albeit with a tiresome metatheatrical framework. It’s overdone ... but it’s also gripping throughout.
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The Times (UK)
June 19th, 2022

The blurb describes the piece as a “slippery thriller”, yet ... [it] utterly [fails] to generate any sort of tension.
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London Theatre
June 21st, 2022

This is a significant achievement that deserves attention.
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The Arts Desk
June 20th, 2022

Unfortunately, this thriller is never very thrilling, the satire is never very sharp and the humour is lukewarm. At a time when many feel a real anger at the current government, this playful silliness feels like a middle-class slap in the face to anyone who really wants to change the world.
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Time Out London
June 19th, 2022

Davies and Kelly have a winning chemistry... Still, it's not quite enough to make this paranoid pair entertaining company for this play's one-hour 45-minute running time.
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The Stage (UK)
June 19th, 2022

[A] knotty interrogation of truth in fake news era. Director Lucy Morrison fills the play with unspoken menace.
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The Guardian (UK)
June 20th, 2022

A brilliantly tricksy new production by Lucy Kirkwood ... in text and direction, this play also delights in the way theatre is made. A heady production with stellar performances.
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