Bare (4 stars)

Hard hitting drama

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This article is from 2010.

Bare

Gritty, violent theatre set in the world of bare-knuckle boxing from BareBack Theatre. The sharp writing and fantastically choreographed fight scenes wouldn’t have half the impact without the strong central performances, from writer/director Renny Krupinski as slippery agent/promoter Arden and Paul Michael Giblin as fighter Skinner ‘The Killer’, who gets sucked into this murky world of blood and gambling. Hard hitting drama.

theSpaces on the Mile @ The Radisson, 0845 557 0844, until 28 Aug, 5.20pm, £9 (£7).

This article is from 2010.

Bare

  • 4 stars

Ass-kicking palm-greasing prick-teasing gut-crunching money-grabbing double-crossing fast-dealing foul-talking fist-flying 'Bare'. Set now, in an all too familiar underworld, where violent sorrow seems a modern ecstasy, Skinner saves an innocent man from certain death. Arden heartlessly exploits his newfound talent while…

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1. Bill Ashton13 Oct 2010, 12:31pm5 stars Bare Report

brilliant play. brilliant acting. All the awards and reveiws about this were justified.

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