Union London Reviews and Tickets

(2 Ratings)
Members say
Slow, Relevant, Clever, Great acting

About the Show

Max Wilkinson's black comedy about a successful property developer questioning her life choices.

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132 Reviews | 10 Followers
Great acting, Slow, Relevant

See it if You have been living in a place for a long time and as each days passes, you see it losing its soul through gentrification

Don't see it if The above doesn't strike a chord as the play is quite predictable and there is only good acting that keeps one invested

98 Reviews | 3 Followers

See it if You enjoy commendable acting that maintains your engagement whilst discussing social issues

Don't see it if If you don’t enjoy theatre that follows a predictable path

Critic Reviews (4)

July 26th, 2023

" 'Union' could certainly be improved, it’s strong issue-led theatre. It’s dark in politics and humour, taut in pace, and excellent in performances."
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The Stage (UK)
July 26th, 2023

“While the central message about the human cost of the housing crisis rings true, Wilkinson’s script feels overly didactic. It’s laden, too, with thinly drawn incidental characters and a preponderance of archly poetic images: herons circling over Stratford, moonlight on the Hackney marshes.”
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All That Dazzles (UK)
July 26th, 2023

...’Union’ leaves its audience thinking about the future of our city, even our world, and questioning what part they may play in it. Bolstered by its dynamic cast and a writer/director duo who aren’t afraid to let an audience draw their own conclusions about whether something is inherently evil, or simply not the best choice in all cases, this moving play makes a stunning debut.”
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Everything Theatre (UK)
July 27th, 2023

"The play is a serious reminder of the personal responsibility we have to be aware of the changing landscape of London and that behind every new-build and trendy cafe is the displacement and loss of the historic soul of a community. "
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