See it if you like a serious show about a serious topic.Pace is fast.Acting is superb.Writing is top notch.Do not miss this one.A real gem.
Don't see it if you are looking for a musical comedy or a lightweight piece of fluff.This has something to say, and it says it very well.
See it if you love Icke’s aesthetic and point of view.
Don't see it if you’re easily triggered.
See it if you're looking for a play that summarizes today's social issues in smart, articulate & powerful ways, with an unforgettable lead & direction
Don't see it if you're willing to miss what's arguably the best new play on the West End in years, a theatrical tour-de-force that will leave you speechless Read more
See it if you want to see an incredibly intense discussion on identity and ethics, with some fantastic acting performances.
Don't see it if you're looking for something unchallenging and lighthearted. This proved an very difficult watch, though for all the right reasons.
See it if One of the best stage performances you will see from Juliet Stevenson
Don't see it if You don't like intense plays dealing with difficult subject matter.
See it if you love Juliet Stevenson or anything thats open to a debate
Don't see it if your very strong on your own opinions on religion and science
See it if you want to see a new staging of a morality play adaptable for all times
Don't see it if you have an aversion to excessive screaming and screeching in lieu of "acting"
See it if You like funny, intelligent fast-paced shows
Don't see it if You don't like dialogue heavy shows
"It’s a magnificently tense production, with a superb live drum soundtrack from musician Hannah Ledwidge, perched theatrically up above the stage."
"No play in the past 10 years has felt more tense, challenging, and intellectually provoking than this one."
"At almost three hours, it’s a long evening, yet it’s a hugely rewarding one too. "
"Icke’s rigorous, visceral rethink of the attractions and dangers of these matters...is a vital and immensely timely addition to the West End."
"'The Doctor' may just be the pick of them. It is a complex, provocative evening that is rich in empathy and intelligence alike."
"In this fast-paced, digitally-driven world, the force of Icke's work has been dampened by the shifting tides of global events...But Juliet Stevenson's unquenchable, indefatigable performance is transcendent. It has to be seen to be believed."
"'The Doctor' sits on a wider table allowing more audiences to understand what makes a person. The Doctor is the dramatic equivalent of a scientific breakthrough."
"It’s a sharp-tongued vivisection of identity politics, anchored by an astonishing lead performance from Juliet Stevenson."