Read what the critics are saying below...
Warwick Arts Centre and China Plate present
Commissioned by Northern Stage and Battersea Arts Centre
“…an 80 minute-show that makes the brain both hurt and buzz.”
“Rachel Chavkin’s fast-moving, kinetic production offers us an absolutely compelling performance from a man who is fast becoming one of the most powerful performers in the UK.”
The Scotsman, Joyce McMillan
“Thorpe and Chavkin's show is a sly, slippery thing, tickling at the mind for long after.
What's On Stage, Catherine Love
“Chris Thorpe stares into the abyss, so you don’t have to.”
Time Out, Andrzej Lukowksi
“It’s like Thorpe has written an electrical storm.”
Fest, Matt Trueman
“...a stunning performance.”
The List, Gareth Vile
“Thorpe and director Rachel Chavkin energetically take a liberal Fringe audience to the edge of the abyss of belief and hang them over the side in a conversation for our times.”
The Independent, David Pollock