I was thoroughly enthralled by this play, it was darkly funny in places, disturbing in others and quite a comment on our society as it is.Jack and Ryan's type of relationship is probably played out all across the UK and is perfectly portrayed, Gordy is mesmerising - Well worth seeing! - Virginia
13 Apr 12
By far the best play I have seen over the past 12 months. Perfect acting. - Simon D
04 Apr 12
Andrew Hawley really is marvellous in this, as a fairground worker, who knows truth from lies, and prefers lies. It is a career-making turn, in which his impish dynamism is charming, as well as disturbing, as you know the charm is used to defraud. And fraudsters, and the general decline in the value of the truth in the internet age (where people cherry pick their own phony realities), are ultimately the target of Philip Ridley's excellent new piece. As usual with Ridley, all the characters are hunting for monsters, and those monsters may not be much further away than a glance in a mirror. This play is perhaps not as visionary as The Pitchfork Disney, which entered a wholly fantastical parallel universe to comment on the here and now. This piece is more literal. It is an ingeniously constructed Agatha Christie style puzzle, about some horrible events, with some perceptive observations about secrets and lies. Joseph Drake, Olivia Poulet, Robbie Jarvis and Amanda Daniels give pitch perfect performances. - steveatplays
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