- 20 июля 2018, 01:59
Royal Court, London
Rory Mullarkey’s unfocused drama of a Britain collapsing in apocalyptic chaos is not helped by the production’s aural and visual overkill
I guess this new play by Rory Mullarkey is intended to be a Blasted for the modern age. But whereas Sarah Kane’s work, although none of us got this in 1995, was driven by a moral rage at British insulation from Balkan suffering, Mullarkey’s target is vague and his means disproportionate. His play comes across in performance as an apocalyptic, prodigally wasteful cartoon.Continue reading...