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DEA – Secombe Theatre

In London theatre, Opinion, Plays, Reviews by Laura KresslyLeave a Comment

It can absolutely be said Edward Bond was a revolutionary of 1960s British theatre with his seminal play, Saved, that a pivotal role in abolishing censorship. It can also not be doubted that he endured unspeakable horror as a child in WWII London. Still yet, it can be said that Bond’s work, that used to shock and appal, is now trite and bland despite his latest play’s copious obscene acts that are tenuously based on Medea.