Ends 8th February 2014.
CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE, IMAGES AND VIOLENCE. NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN OR THE
1950s Soho. In the clubs, rock'n'roll is exploding... and the underworld is
about to boil over...
Brendan Coyle, Rupert Grint, Daniel Mays and Ben Whishaw appear in this Jez
Butterworth play, directed by Ian Rickson.
Not available. Reports are that this is played very fast and very black, and
that both the comedy and violence exude a strong grip on the audience. Most
professional reviewers attribute that to the writer and acting. Praise for the
fact Butterworth's work has stood the test of time, equal for Daniel Mays,
Rupert Grint, Ben Whishaw and Brendan Coyle as London clubland inhabitants in
the grip of a world that's closing in. It seems as if each reviewer picks a
different lead to praise, but are united in the idea that this is worth seeing,
if you can stand the events that unfold. Not for the squeamish or faint-hearted,