The Night Heron (3 stars)

This article is from 2010.

The Night Heron

An interesting watch, but is a bit too broad

A devout young man suffers in a freezing shack, while his geezer-ish roommate plans their escape. It’s a basic plot outline, at which almost everything you’d expect to see at the Fringe is thrown: poetry, religion, comedic touches, earnest drama, violence (hinted at) and full-frontal nudity (explicit). It’s an interesting watch, but is a bit too broad to be fully engaging.

theSpaces @ Surgeon’s Hall, 0845 508 8515, until 28 Aug, 5.55pm, £10 (£8).

The Night Heron

  • 3 stars

'The Night Heron' is a twisting, dark psychological drama from Olivier award-winning playwright Jez Butterworth. A passing stranger joins two outcasts in their freezing Fenland shack in this premiere of Butterworth's newly revised text. 'The Night Heron' is one of two shows presented by Rabid Monkey at this year's Fringe.

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