I went here for the first time yesterday. A group of five us went to see Homos, or everyone else in America.
There had been a power cut so.we could not use the bar, as there had been a flood. But we waited outside because the theatre space had not been affected, thankfully.
When we entered the space, I was blown away. One scene in the play is set in a Lush shop, so there are bath bombs stacked in corners and the smell is really evocative. There is send in the middle of the space and scattered around the outskirts. And this is clever because of the relationship is non linear and the sands of time are against the central couple.
The performances in this play are outstanding. And the writing is really sharp and very funny. The space itself is fringe theatre at it's very best and I will gladly return. Just sorry I had never been here before, as this is an incredible play and a truly welcoming venue.
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