The stories which create a framework for the play are horrible and brilliant at the same time. Reminiscent of the writings of T. C. Boyle, there are very few happy endings in Katurian’s stories, but they raise the fascinating questions of how the creative mind works, and what factors can bring out the dark heart of literature, and of humanity. Martin McDonagh is a superb writer, and has created stories to hold together the narrative arc of the play which captivate the audience from the beginning.
3rd – 8th November. Directed by Michael Attenborough. A brand new production of J.B. PRIESTLEY’S classic play DANGEROUS CORNER, starring…Read more →