Funny, thoughtful, contemplative stuff… a lively trek through the political movements.
A thoughtful, self-questioning play of ceaseless invention.
A humane, funny and often rather beautiful paean to optimism, progress and sowing the seeds of change.
Intelligently discusses our current, past and future political climate… heartful, hopeful and humorous.
Self-consciously theatrical… interesting and endearing
Formally inventive… self-aware and pin-sharp.
As charming as it is challenging.
David Edgar, playing himself, is charming, witty and self-deprecating.
An improbably entertaining one-man-show.
Edgar has created a thoughtful and witty meditation on his generation that is part history lesson, part memoir and, crucially, part call to arms to learn the lessons of the past.
A very passionate plea, not only for understanding but for progression.
Masterful in its rug-pulling structure.
The politics of revolution – from Vietnam and feminism to Brexit and veganism – are explored with a vigour that bursts the liberal bubble that often surrounds such subjects on stage.
- Writer & PerformerDavid Edgar
- DirectorChristopher Haydon
- DesignerFrankie Bradshaw
- Video & Lighting DesignerWilliam Reynolds
- Sound DesignerElla Wahlström