Posts Tagged ‘Almeida’

Review – The Master Builder, Almeida

Thursday 18 November 2010

Call the Guinness Book of Records! Call Norris McWhirter! Call Roy Castle! Loudly!

Sometimes you wonder about a title of a play and think, how did they come up with that? Sometimes you find yourself waiting for the title  to appear. But there is no waiting or wondering here. Not in Ibsen‘s The Master Builder at the Almeida.

It must surely hold the record for the number of times the title of the play is name checked in the piece itself. It boasts its own redundant form of product placement. Read the rest of this entry »

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Review – House of Games, Almeida Theatre (Andrew’s review)

Thursday 23 September 2010

I really can’t bring myself to write very much about this dull, pointless adaptation of David Mamet‘s 1987 film about con artists. Read the rest of this entry »

Review – Rope, Almeida Theatre

Sunday 20 December 2009

Picture it. Two handsome young men – one urbane, the other highly-strung – commit an unspeakable act as a supposedly intellectual exercise, then contrive to shamelessly flaunt their terrible undertaking before an unwitting audience.

But that’s quite enough about the Whingers. Read the rest of this entry »