Anna X London Reviews and Tickets

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Award-winning actress Emma Corrin makes her West End debut in a new play inspired by true events.

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Critic Reviews (9)

Time Out London
August 2nd, 2021

Daniel Raggett directs the hell out of this thing. Legal restrictions are almost certainly the ... reason for ‘Anna X’ not being a ‘proper’ Anna Delvey play. It‘s come on ... since it premiered ... but ... it’s not quite the thing that it wants to be.
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The London Evening Standard
July 18th, 2021

Daniel Raggett’s 80-minute production is cool and ironic...This show is a blast, at the Pinter for a sadly limited run. I really hope it transfers.
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The Guardian (UK)
July 17th, 2021

If it looks like a production that is trying very hard to be cool, it must be given full due for succeeding. It’s frenetic, fun and ultra-cool.
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WhatsOnStage
July 17th, 2021

The set and video design are just sensational, a rich tapestry of every changing images that conjure New York life, from its parks, to its offices with a strategically placed Jeff Koons, to the smoking rooms of nightclubs with the city sparkling behind.
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London Theatre
July 19th, 2021

Whatever [Anna X's] onward trajectory, Charlton’s wily examination of self-invention in our fractured digital age is served to the hilt and beyond by a staging from Daniel Raggett that marks out this young director as someone to watch.
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The Times (UK)
July 19th, 2021

What really impresses and beguiles in Daniel Raggett’s staging is the sheer amount of ground it covers in 80 minutes, the sheer swish with which two people – and a lot of video – summon up a world in which appearances are everything.
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The Independent (UK)
July 19th, 2021

I hope that Joseph Charlton continues to write for the theatre. He has a real feel for what is enigmatic and imponderable in the static-fizzy conundrum of contemporary living, and uses the capabilities of the medium as a way of not editing out the possibilities.
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The Stage (UK)
July 17th, 2021

Part slow-burning crime drama, part dissection of the precariousness of success and self-worth in the digital age, Anna X is a smart, stylishly told story from former journalist Joseph Charlton.
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