Congratulations to Michael Quinn, Critics’ Circle winner for his review of Leviathan.
The ambiguous nature of Leviathan may have frustrated some but for us lead to many engaging and thought-provoking discussions. Was Hannah really pregnant/ill? (She did eventually consume alcohol, after all.) The grandmother, in particular, delivered her lines spot on and had the audience in the palm of her hand from start to finish. One of her many memorable lines, ‘don’t think about money, love or the future after sunset,’ was a particular favourite of mine. Perhaps most importantly, one felt as though they had been taken somewhere and had been through something weirdly wonderful as the lights faded to black.
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Thu 1st February 2018
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Fri 12th January 2018
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