Twin sisterhood, space, and the uncertain near future are at play in Amy Berryman’s debut play, Walden, which recently enjoyed a run on stage as part of the Re:Emerge season at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Now, it resurfaces in a filmed version to be released in cinemas on Wednesday.
‘It’s good but unexceptional’: WALDEN – Harold Pinter Theatre
Amy Berryman’s ambitious debut play Walden about siblings, climate change and space travel is full of ideas, but what happened to the emotions?
‘Constantly gripping’: WALDEN – Harold Pinter Theatre
If the West End has faced an existential crisis thanks to the pandemic, American playwright Amy Berryman’s debut play Walden portrays the entire world having one.
‘It made me think’: WALDEN – Harold Pinter Theatre ★★★★★
Amy Berryman’s Walden at the Harold Pinter Theatre is 90 minutes of proper stimulus, at times intensely moving, still haunting.
‘The promised tension is never realised’: WALDEN – Harold Pinter Theatre
I really wanted to like Walden, it was my first trip to the theatre since they were last open in early December, but it just didn’t deliver the promised tension and drama.
RE: Sonia Friedman will bring Re:Emerge season of new plays to the Harold Pinter Theatre
RE:EMERGE, a collection of new plays curated by Sonia Friedman Productions alongside Ian Rickson (artistic director for the season), is due to open to socially-distanced audiences from May at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre.