"Every night on the news there’s literally always some sort of massively catastrophic end-of-the-world shit going down... And I always wonder ‘how would I cope, if that happened to me?’"
I enjoyed Stuart Slade's BU21
massively when it played the Theatre503 early last year (see my original review
and my top ten of 2016
) but I hadn't intended to revisit the show - sometimes the memory of it is plenty sufficient. The feedback from friends who had appreciated the play just as much persuaded me to change my mind though and I'm glad I went back, as there was as much that I'd forgotten as there was that I remembered I loved, making this a definite recommendation from me, even if you've been before.
Running time: 100 minutes (without interval)
Booking until 18th February
Labels: Alexander Forsyth, Clive Keene, Florence Roberts, Graham O'Mara, Isabella Laughland, Roxana Lupu, Stuart Slade