Athol Fugard's The Train Driver is a superbly acted two-hander between a black gravedigger and a white train driver, severely traumatised by the suicide of a nameless black woman beneath the wheels of his train. There is a palpable sense of atmosphere and the developing trust between the two men but it's painfully slow and feels like a very long 80 minutes. - David Baxter
25 Nov 10
2 brilliant actors kept the audience captivated from beginning to end. The drama stays with you for days after. - carla
22 Nov 10
Not 'Athol Fugard's first play for ten years' - first play he has directed for ten years! He's been writing new plays all the time - previous one from 2009 Coming Home was given British premiere at the Arcola earlier this year. - Francis Davies
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