- Suzanne Black
- 23 August 2010
This article is from 2010.
A nifty, audience-aware caper
Recreating his father’s wake, impressionist David does his whole family, his wife does them differently, and they both do each other in a bid to find out who ‘did’ Alison. Jonathan Brittain’s award-winning student comedy is a nifty, audience-aware caper riffing on dramatic conventions and constructions of identity. Playful and knowing, the ride is exhilarating but over too abruptly.
Bedlam Theatre, 225 9893, until 28 Aug, 8pm, £7 (£5).