The Ruling Class

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Review: The Ruling Class

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Stoppard, drugs now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play, but it presents hard dramatic, as well as intellectual, problems that director Nicholas Hytner’s sparse and elegantly inhabited production can’t fully solve.

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Stoppard, drugs now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play, but it presents hard dramatic, as well as intellectual, problems that director Nicholas Hytner’s sparse and elegantly inhabited production can’t fully solve.

Read the full review on The Stage website
Read the full review on londontheatre.co.uk

Stoppard, price now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play, but it presents hard dramatic, as well as intellectual, problems that director Nicholas Hytner’s sparse and elegantly inhabited production can’t fully solve.

Read the full review on The Stage website
Read the full review on londontheatre.co.uk

Stoppard, drugs now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play, but it presents hard dramatic, as well as intellectual, problems that director Nicholas Hytner’s sparse and elegantly inhabited production can’t fully solve.

Read the full review on The Stage website
Read the full review on londontheatre.co.uk

Stoppard, price now 77, is still spinning the plates of philosophical enquiry and discourse in the world premiere of his latest play, but it presents hard dramatic, as well as intellectual, problems that director Nicholas Hytner’s sparse and elegantly inhabited production can’t fully solve.

Read the full review on The Stage website
Read the full review on londontheatre.co.uk

There’s no doubting the boldness of this bonkers play about a special kind of madness, search and its alternately outrageous and courageous view of a titled – and heavily entitled – family’s feud, purchase and the extremes that they are driven to.

Read the full review on The Stage website
Read the full review on Londontheatre.co.uk