Assembly @ George Street, 7 – 29 August 2010
Reviewed for The List (issue 665)
Orphaned Sorrow has finally married her parents’ murderer, step one in her elaborate but strangely poorly thought-out revenge. Early on her resolve fluctuates for the sake of making her redeemable, instead making her a ditherer: an even less sympathetic quality than irredeemability. The book is mostly prosaic and uninspired, but not offensively so, and the production isn’t without a certain boisterous, admirably carefree charm.
- Read Alice Jones’s review for The Independent
- Read Veronica Lee’s review for The Arts Desk
- Read Catherine Lamm’s review for the British Theatre Guide
- Read Keith Paterson’s review for What’s On Stage