What happens when you cross strong performances with an unadventurous premise? JAKE ARNOTT finds out.
JAMES MACNAMARA is left depressed, depraved and seeking solace. The play was alright, though.
Like any decent critic, JAMES MACNAMARA enjoys watching actors kill and eat each other onstage.
Five plays, five directors, five writers, five producers, five designers, five groups of five actors, but only one ANNA ISAAC.
KIERAN CORCORAN enjoys watching actors pretend to act as actors who are pretending to act angry about acting. Or something.