What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (24%)
Reviewed on 07 March 2017 by Gordon, Glasgow, United Kingdom
The cast performances were superb. A thoughtful and thought provoking play that was brought to life perfectly by this cast, they got it just right Ed Harris is a class act, a true professional of his art.
Reviewed on 27 February 2017 by Lee, Harrow, United Kingdom
Too much whining and noise for a very weak plot line. The direction was strange... The sound of the rain was only at the start of a couple of scenes and mysteriously stops as the characters start speaking. Ed Harris's character, the old man coughs (melodramatically) only twice and at other equally heated moments carries on sounding fit and fine.
Reviewed on 25 February 2017 by Sunil, London, United Kingdom
Cast was amazing, story line too confusing
Reviewed on 14 February 2017 by Dana, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 10 February 2017 by Sumiko, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 08 February 2017 by Andrew, Lee, United Kingdom
Great show. We greatly enjoyed the journey through the show and the discussions about it afterwards.
Reviewed on 02 February 2017 by Phoebe, Castle Douglas, United Kingdom
Harris was wonderful, character was believable and very humorous at times. An interesting play, would highly recommend. Happy viewing.
Reviewed on 25 January 2017 by Jemma, London, United Kingdom
Very good show, interesting story line, very comical, and great acting. All views of the stage are good, but as the tiered seats are very steep, best to have a box, for more leg room. A great show for a night out!
Reviewed on 10 January 2017 by Maryja, Battersea, London, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 04 January 2017 by Warren, Kingston Upon Themes, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 30 December 2016 by Roxanne, London, United Kingdom
Loved this 3 act show, great cast and excellent value for money.
Reviewed on 30 December 2016 by Deborah, Fareham, United Kingdom
Like a train wreck, hard to look away. The story was fascinating and the characters compelling while being places you never want to be and people you never want to meet. Overall, surprisingly entertaining.
Reviewed on 29 December 2016 by Kevin, Boston, United States
Reviewed on 22 December 2016 by Jodine, Colchester, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 27 November 2016 by Judith, London, United Kingdom
by Phil Willmott | Thursday, December 8 2016, 18:23
The people of America's rust belt, a vast area of deprivation, formally the home of now depleted heavy industry, have been much in our minds recently. Their disillusionment with and establishment politics are seen as a major contributing factor in the election of President-elect Donald Trump.Review: BURIED CHILD at the Trafalgar Studios
by Phil Willmott | Friday, September 2 2016, 00:02
There are exciting rumours about the autumn season at Trafalgar studios with more details available soon. Here’s what we know so far!
The line up looks set to include BURIED CHILD, Sam Shepard’s gleefully gothic tale of dysfunctional rural American life.An Exciting Autumn Line up at Trafalgar Studios