Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle London Reviews and Tickets
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About the Show
Simon Stephens' play about love and physics directed by Olivier Award winner, Marianne Elliott.
When two strangers meet in a crowded train station in London, they embark on an unexpectedly life-changing journey. A story of love and physics written by English playwright, Simon Stephens and directed by Olivier Award winner Marianne Elliott. A reunion of the creative team behind the Simon Stephens' hit "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time".
All this accepted, ‘Heisenberg’ clearly isn’t aimed at the ‘Pornography’ audience, and probably has considerably more general appeal. It’s fine if you like that kind of thing – but I don’t, and this is a playwright capable of far better.
I felt a little cheated because I liked the idea of a cool science play. Indeed, thoughout the evening, I kept waiting for the science bit to arrive...Would I pay £85 top price to watch it? Certainly not.
Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham star in this two-hander by Simon Stephens in the first production of director Marianne Elliott's new theatre company...The two actors have superb chemistry.