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TWILIGHT SONG – Park Theatre

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Johnny FoxLeave a Comment

Sadly, despite a few crisp one-liners and a catchy title I’m surprised was never used elsewhere, Twilight Song emerges as a frail Rattiganesque slice of sixties’ repressed sexuality contrasted with an awkward contemporary tryst between Adam Garcia’s cash-strapped estate-agent-turned-hustler and Paul Higgins’ desperate mothers’ boy.






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TWILIGHT SONG – Park Theatre

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Emma ClarendonLeave a Comment

Barry’s relationship with his mother is at best difficult, but as we delve into their family history it soon becomes clear the depth of resentment that Isabella has had for events that have taken place in her life such as the loss of a child and a distant (as it turns out gay) husband and her constant struggle to accept the way her life has turned out.