Friday, 3 August 2012

Black Sunday – Theatre Review

Camden guide Judith files the following Theatre Review…

Last Wednesday I went to see the fringe production of Black Sunday. All the acting was superb. Every character completely believable, in their several parts. The script turned at appropriate moments around an icon of a homeless person set in a corner. A real homeless person's voice, amplified, would engage in healing conversation as the characters became more and more stressed. 

The Aequitas' production of Black Sunday at The Pirates Club, Oval Road, in Camden's Fringe Festival was neatly conceived and I enjoyed it very much. London Walks guide Katy was in the play and was terrific. And this Aequitas Theatre Company deserves all sorts of attention. They are the real deal.


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