Lovely reviews across the board for A Kind of Alaska / Krapp’s Last Tape

We’re extremely pleased with the excellent reviews of our current production (running until 12 May) A Kind of Alaska / Krapp’s Last Tape by Harold Pinter and Samuel Beckett.

Take a look at some of them below.

“Alone, each of these plays is small but mighty; together, they are like rolling thunder.”
* * * *

The Guardian

“Simon Godwin’s direction is so tender and meticulous, and the acting so alive to the compassion and mournful humour of the writing, that the unbearable becomes beautiful.” * * * *

The Times

“These two great plays seem even more remarkable in this inspired coupling, and I hope this exemplary production will have a life beyond Bristol.” * * * *

The Telegraph

“Two beautifully atmospheric explorations of the further reaches of human experience.” * * * *


See also:

Exeunt review

The Stage review

Daily Express review

Daily Mail review

Eve Post review

Madam JMo Blog review

Guide2Bristol review


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