Friday, April 12, 2024
Home People The Human Body at Donmar Warehouse review: Keeley Hawes is luminous in her impressive return to the stage

The Human Body at Donmar Warehouse review: Keeley Hawes is luminous in her impressive return to the stage

by News Room
0 comment

Still, Iris soldiers brightly on towards the brave new socialist dawn until she is blindsided by George Blythe, a local boy who made a career (and avoided the war) playing handsome cads in Hollywood. Their flirtation is filmed by circling cameras and projected in lustrous monochrome on screens. Though the play acknowledges its heavy debt to Brief Encounter, one of the most pleasing things about it is the immediate, easy, sensual spark between two attractive, careworn, middle-aged characters.

Leave a Comment