Not available. Professional reviewers are pretty much unanimous that the final
15 minutes of this is breath-holding rather than breath-taking theatre. All
elements of the staging, sound, light and the cafe tables doubling as mountain-scape
coalesce to produce a thrilling climax to a tale taking place inside a likely
dying mountaineer's head.
A few reviews have reservations about the entire thing, finding the narration
and construct tedious, the script tedious and the whole thing dull until the end
sequence. The rest praise the entire cast and creative team and urge audiences
to look beyond the advertised story and focus on the theatrical experience when
considering buying a ticket.
Four stars seems to be the general opinion.