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A middle aged white man wearing a parka coat raises his hands above his head in celebration green lights are bright behind him he is filled with joy

British Theatre Guide

The strong acting enriches the scenes, with direction by Bex Bowsher keeping up a good pace; quite a fast-moving first half balanced with more space to breathe in the second half.

Two youn white men in suits open a carefully decorated pink box they look impressed and happy the overall sense of the image is condescension

The Stage

Bex Bowsher directs with genuine wit and warmth, letting the humour shine without ever diluting the drama, and capturing the humanity at the play’s core

The Guardian

The play sizzles with the tension between the four points of view

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