- Rebecca Ross
- 11 August 2010
This article is from 2010.
Tackles issues of race with refreshing ease and sensitivity
After Breakfast at Stephanie’s, you’ll have got to know the whole Caton family. Nathan Caton is perfectly endearing, and his observations on family life are at once sharp and accessible: that unabashedly racist or generally ‘un-PC’ geriatric relative sounds altogether familiar. Although Caton tackles issues of race with refreshing ease and sensitivity, a little too often the innocuous errs on the insipid.
Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 30 Aug (not 16), 9.30pm, £10.50–£12.50 (£9–£11).