The subject matter means this isn't suitable for small children – it's a grown-up story written for adults.
What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (83%)
Script was tight - not once did I look at my watch. Subject was intelligently portrayed and acting was subtle for the most part. Location was just right - recommend for any age group ... works on all levels. Alex Kingston nailed it.
Reviewed on 15 May 2019 by Michael, Bray, Ireland
Reviewed on 06 May 2019 by Karon, London, United Kingdom
Alex Kingston is stunning and moving and Ben Edelman gives one of the most powerful and impressive performances I've ever seen. The play itself is also exquisite -- a balance of humor and tension with powerful lines I will never forget.
Reviewed on 26 April 2019 by Sarah, London, United Kingdom
An intimate, yet brutally honest, exploration of racial politics in education and beyond. A strong sense of naturalism, with subtle comedic elements, that allowed the audience to empathise with a range of characters and their views. Surprisingly enjoyable.
Reviewed on 13 April 2019 by Joanne, Rayleigh, United Kingdom
by Phil Willmott | Monday, February 4 2019, 09:23
It’s always interesting when theatre raises provocative questions so I’m delighted to learn that the play ADMISSIONS, which I saw at the Lincoln Centre in New York, will transfer to the Trafalgar studios in London from 28 February – 25 May.
It’s a slight piece, just 1 act of people talking in a kitchen, but it packs a powerful punch and as a result it won the author, Joshua Harmon, the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Best Play.Kitchen Table Debate Play set to Make Sparks in the West End