Theatre Uncut’s Bubble, a streamed film about social media and the woke generation is educational, but unexceptional.
Lobster is the story of J and K, two young professional women in London. We follow them throughout as they narrate through their relationship history.
It’s about three in the morning on a Saturday night in the living room of a one-bedroom flat in Crouch End. Laura is a 38-year-old managing director, and it’s the tail end of her housewarming party.
There are many powerful metaphors for our way of life: a casino economy, the society of the spectacle, a modern Babylon. But there is plenty of room for another one, something strong, something memorable.
New play about personal identity and the digital world is strongly felt, but a bit too short.
Simon McBurney journeys up the Amazon into the heart of darkness and and finds light and enlightenment.