We thought this play and its production were just awful.
I seem to recall that it ran straight through without an interval; had there been an interval we would not have returned for the second half of this one. Perhaps there was and we didn’t. The whole experience was so bad we’ve mostly blotted it from our minds.
The subject matter – tax havens and the greed of the super rich – is fair game for theatre. But this was like a really bad copy of Alfred Jarry’s Ubu Roi style with almost no substance – opportunities missed.
- Michael Billington in the Guardian – crumbs rare thumbs down two stars twice in a month – agreed with us almost to the word (I wrote the above paragraph before reading Billers;
- Holly Williams in the Independent also agrees…
I could go on, but I won’t.