No Direction (4*)

IMG_1354Ian’s 4* Review:

“One thing you can be sure of when you go to the theatre is that nothing is ever what it seems to be. Guy Masterson presents a new play that deals with the contract between actor and audience”.

This play seems very simple at the start, but the cast of two adds layer after layer of complexity as the story progresses.  In fact I only realised later that what I thought was going to be the main storyline is never finished in any way (in fact, I’m not even sure what it is supposed to be about!).

An engaging performance of a really interesting play – I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone looking for some really interesting theatre this festival!

Ruth’s 4* Review:

This was a really good play.  The two actors were excellent and the dynamic between them worked really well.  I don’t want to say too much, it was quite twisty from the start and we never really got to the bottom of what was happening.  Which was the point of it, by the way!

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