Parliament Square

Bush Theatre

Parliament Square

30 Nov 2017 - 06 Jan 2018

£12.00 - £20.00

Pro reviewers rating
8 reviews

3.3 out of 5.0
Peer reviewers rating
0 reviews

0.0 out of 5.0

Kat gets up one morning, leaves her family behind and travels to London to carry out an act that will change her life and, she hopes, everyone else’s. For those it touches, their lives will never be the same. But what, in the end, are the real consequences of her actions?

New play forceing a confrontation with some of the most urgent questions we face. What can one individual do to effect change? And where do we choose to draw the line between absolute commitment and dangerous obsession?


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“Humorous, gritty and cold... The performances are all great... Smith is fantastic... Chimimba is equally wonderful... Relevant.”

Alistair Wilkinson (Broadway World)

“Fritz leaves the specifics of her situation refreshingly ambiguous... A hugely original, intricate work... Undeniably powerful. ”

Alice Saville (Time Out, Independent)

“Searing visuals and convincing performances bolster Fritz’s thought-provoking new play.”

The Stage (Other reviewers)

“In a sparse, slick production by Jude Christian, it has stylistic swagger and a wired intensity. It’s also maddeningly muddled.”

Sam Marlowe (The Times, The Stage, Time Out, Arts Desk)

“Powerful play... An artfully structured work... This young wife and mother superbly played by Smith... Dramatic flair.”

Paul Taylor (The Independent)

“Fritz makes astute use of structure... Driven forward by a fine cast and a terrific central performance from Smith.”

Sarah Hemming (Financial Times)

“Meaty issue...Together Smith and Chimimba make for vital viewing... After a superb opening, adds up to less than it promises. ”

Fiona Mountford (Evening Standard)

“Resonant and beautifully structured play...The cast is great... Thought-provoking and full of a febrile nervous energy.”

Aleks Sierz (Arts Desk, The Stage)

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