"Ladies and gentlemen, please leave your mobile phones...on"
James Graham's new play Privacy has just opened at the Donmar Warehouse and I cannot stress how much your viewing pleasure will be increased if you go into the theatre knowing as little as possible about it. So instead of reviewing it, I've taken inspiration from Buzzfeed and opted to go down the route of a list of 12 reasons to go and see it, within which is a gentle homage to the show
1. I liked it
2. No, I really liked it
3. It's written by the guy who wrote the frankly marvellous The Man (and the also good This House)
5. And a fosterIAN award-winning actor
8. It's in a convenient central London location
9. You get instructions when you arrive
10. You'll find things out about Google
11. And about selfies
So there you have it, why wouldn't you try and get tickets?! Sign up to the Front Row scheme if you haven't done so already and you could be seeing it from amazing seats for just a tenner.
Running time: 2 hours 30 minutes (with interval)
Booking until 31st May
Labels: Gunnar Cauthery, James Graham, Jonathan Coy, Joshua McGuire, Michelle Terry, Nina Sosanya, Paul Chahidi