Free Time Radical (2 stars)

Wryly humorous evocation of mid-life crisis falls short of expectations


This article is from 2011.

Free Time Radical

After a massive flood wipes out London Jensen (Tom Frankland) seeks refuge in the flat of his rescuer Ali (Sébastian Lawson). Amidst a creatively interactive set the duo muses on surfing, relationships and their place in the world in an often physical, wryly humorous evocation of one man’s mid-life crisis that falls short of expectations for a group of theatre makers with such previous good form.

Pleasance Courtyard, 556 6550, until 28 Aug (not 23), 1.10pm, £10–£12 (£9–£11).

This article is from 2011.

Free Time Radical

  • 2 stars

Ali and Jensen, two men struggling against the riptide of their 30s, are caught in a flat as a giant wave breaks. As biblical floods rage and millions die outside, they hide under the sofa and search for the TV remote. Free Time Radical is about building walls and barriers to block out the chaos of the world; seeking…

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