REVIEW: THE DEEP BLUE SEA (National Theatre)

The latest production of Terence Rattigan’s famous 1952 play is a highly successful revival from director Carrie Cracknell. Centred on the tragic character of Hester, Rattigan’s heart-breaking story of ongoing ruin and waste in the aftermath of the Second World War is as powerful and relevant today as the contemporary production must have been. Hester […]


Neil LaBute’s Reasons to Be Happy (sequel to Reasons to Be Pretty) follows a group of friends in an awkwardly complex love square. Since separating from Steph, protagonist Greg is now tentatively venturing into an auspicious relationship with Carly. Carly has recently split up with adulterous Kent, with whom she has a daughter. Steph and […]

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