ROYAL COURT THEATRE
SEVEN METHODS OF KILLING KYLIE JENNER (play)
Ends 27th July 2019.
Captioned performances: 19th July at 7.45pm and 26th July 2019 at 7.45pm
Cleo is an internet sensation. Kara is trying to reach her...
A new play by Jasmine Lee-Jones, Milli Bhatia directs.
Not available. Professional reviewers praise both Danielle Vitalis (Cleo) and
Tia Bannon (Kara) for high energy performances as friends who seem more bonded
by what went wrong than right. Author Jasmine Lee-Jones is noted as "one to
watch for the future" and there's consensus that Milli Bhatia directs this
somewhat wandering tale with speedy control.
The slang and relentless pace, plus one badly-timed joke seem to draw the
only real criticisms, making it difficult to take in every aspect of the message
- and there are apparently several messages struggling for time. Still, the
conclusion is that it is a fast and often rewarding 80 minutes with much
potential for all involved.
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