A powerhouse of a play written by Alexi Kaye Campbell. Tremendous cast of four leaves you spellbound. Two tales so eloquently woven together they seem as one. Two very different times - 1958 and 2008. They couldn't be more different - or could they? I was mesmerized at the performances of Hugh Dancy (Philip) and Ben Whishaw (Oliver) slip effortlessly between the decades and weave a tale that is timeless. Andrea Riseborough (Sylvia) and Adam James round out this All-British gem.
The power behind this story is how Oliver and Philip transition between the two very different eras playing two very different characters in each time period. On the surface it seems like night and day, but as you interpret the layers, you find that in some respects, they share the same problems as their alter-generation characters. Superb lighting and sound was key in creating the mystery and tension on stage which only served to enhance the actors' fine performances.