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Really well acted and definitely worth seeing. As Asperger's syndrome is being more commonly diagnosed, it will be more relevant to our lives too. I can't rate highly enough. I think the fact that it is still on in London West End, over a year...More
A friend asked us to go with her for this show and got us tickets 3 rows from the front. I knew nothing about it and thought it may be boring - I was extremely mistaken. The story takes you into the mind of this...More
When researching theatre in general, especially my chosen practioner for my AS Drama coursework: Paule Constable, this play had been mentioned a lot with consistently outstanding reviews. Having won the 2013 Laurence Olivier awards for Best New Play, Best Director, Best Actor, Best Actress in...More
Came back one last time as studying this for the GCSE syllabus. Still blew my breath away, especially since I could now take in the little details. When he runs away is really the best part (as well as the train at the end of...More
I read the book several years ago in my early teens and loved it, so I was determined to see the show before it ended its run. So glad that I made it in time! The translation from book to play was excellent, in particular...More
This show absolutely blew my mind, I studied this text at school and loved it to bits so had quite high expectations. This West End production certainly didn't disappoint. Brilliant set design, cast and book adaptation. Do yourself a favour and go and see whilst...More
I have not read the book so didn't really know what to expect. This was a real rollercoaster of emotions, funny, tragic and heartbreaking. The tube station scene really makes you think (won't ruin it for you). Managed to get last minute tickets so got...More
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We sat at the front 4 rows back and it was a great view. I'd recommend you go to the ticket offices in Trafalgar Square at 09:00 on the day you wish to see this and we got our tickets for £15.00. Good luck and enjoy