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De Alexander Zeldi


Résumé: In a run-down community hall on the edge of town, a woman has been cooking lunch for those in need.

A choir is starting up, run by a volunteer who’s looking for a new beginning. A mother is seeking help in her fight to keep her young daughter from being taken into care. An older man sits silently in the corner, the first to arrive, the last to leave. Outside the rain is falling.


Type de série:
Théâtre: National Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Salle : Dorfman Theatre
Durée : 1 mois
Nombre :
Première Preview : lundi 09 septembre 2019
Première : lundi 09 septembre 2019
Dernière : samedi 12 octobre 2019
Mise en scène : Alexander Zeldin
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Nick Holder, Susan Lync, Cecilia Nobl, Hind Swareldaha, Alan Williams
Commentaires : Following Beyond Caring – ‘unforgettable’ (The Times) – and LOVE – ‘the National’s play of the year' (Evening Standard), Alexander Zeldin’s new play is another uncompromising theatrical experience that goes to the heart of our uncertain times.
Presse : ★★★★ Utterly necessary and deeply compassionate. The performances are superb.
What's On Stage

★★★★ A beautifully gauged production. The cast is exemplary. The Dorfman becomes the community centre, engulfing us, swallowing us and startling us.
Time Out

★★★★ Shines a light on the resilience and humour of those struggling to survive. An urgent account of the austerity age
Guardian

★★★★ Utterly necessary and deeply compassionate. The performances are superb.
What's On Stage

★★★★ A beautifully gauged production. The cast is exemplary. The Dorfman becomes the community centre, engulfing us, swallowing us and startling us.
Time Out

★★★★ Shines a light on the resilience and humour of those struggling to survive. An urgent account of the austerity age
Guardian

★★★★ A riveting fight for survival. Cecilia Noble is exceptional.
The Times

★★★★ ‘As a chronicler of the quiet tragedies, small victories and overwhelming mundanities of everyday life, writer and director Alexander Zeldin remains unparalleled.’
Evening Standard

★★★★ A galvanising slice of social realism
The Stage

★★★★ An unflinching look at austerity Britain. Cecilia Noble is extraordinary
Daily Telegraph

★★★★ Quietly devastating, gently funny and beautifully delivered
Financial Times

★★★★ Essential viewing. A harrowing slice of social realism that brims with humanity
Metro


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