Lyttelton Theatre, National
(10mins) Follow signs for exits to the South Bank. This should lead you to an underground pedestrian passage called ‘Sutton Walk’ that emerges at the South Bank. Turn right and walk along the river Thames until you see the National Theat
|Booking From:||Saturday, 14th April 2012|
|Booking Until:||Monday, 28th May 2012|
|Matinees:||Thursday and Saturday 2.15pm. Sunday 3pm|
|Evenings:||Monday to Saturday 7.30pm|
Beyond brilliant, Cillian Murphy took us to the very limits of a tortured mind, in places leaving me thinking was that real or did he imagine it ? A very dark and sad play with every second of the 90 mins holding your attention. Each part was so well portrayed, the changes in his stance and expression were amazing.. Everyone should see this play if they get the chance.
After seeing Cillian Murphy playing a woman in Breakfast on Pluto I was convinced if any actor is able to hold an audience all by himself for an hour and a half it must be him.
I went to the play both excited and unsure, as I had never seen a movie actor in a play before but as soon as I saw the massive stage I knew the evening would be good. The set design was perfect and had lots of small details for anyone who likes to find little hidden things.
Murphy's portrayal of every single character proved that you don't need more than one actor aslong as that one actor is good. The way he carried the play, the monolog and the visuals, made me feel llike I had just seen a movie by the end of it!
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