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"Let's go for a drink. I don't know what I'm doing here anyway. One drink. And if you never want to see me again you never have to see me again." One relationship. Infinite possibilities. Quantum multiverse theory, love and honey. An explosive new play about free will and friendship.
Constellations is a romantic comedy centring on the relationship between a bee-keeper and cosmology academic, played by Rafe Spall and Sally Hawkins.
Directed by Michael Longhurst, it’s billed as an “extraordinary play about friendship and love seen through shards of infinite possibility stars”.
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Michael Coveney - 19 November 2012
Whereas Posh punched its same weight and Jumpy improved on its transfer to the Duke of York's, Nick Payne's Constellations, a delightful gem in the Court’s upstairs studio, seems a little more forced and more mannered in this Royal Court West End season.
The criss-cross alternative scenarios in the love affair between Sally Hawkins' university cosmologist and Rafe Spall's bumbling bee-keeper can still be enjoyed as witty variations on each other while demonstrating scientific theory about quantum mechanics and multiverse physics.
Or is that multiverse mechanics and quantum physics? Constellations is primarily an exercise in chat-up lines, coming together, growing apart and finally the inevitability with which we are sucked into one course of behaviour through illness, accident, a party invitation or sheer laziness.
It's fast, funny and quite beautifully acted. And if you didn't see it before, you should cut ...
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Paul Wallis - 5 January 2013:
One of the best new plays I've seen in ages. The writing is beautiful, clever, funny and moving, the staging is simple yet stunning and the acting is absolutely top notch. Both Sally Hawkins and Rafe Spall are simple brilliant...