A really good piece of theatre, whatever The Guardian say...
Some innovative lighting and design techniques - firstly, a waterfall boxed in the stage (like the fire curtain) before the start.
It was incredible abstract, and I didn'd understand it, but it was beautiful.
There was also a tent-like cyclorama where the grid would be, which reflected back the light from the stage - it had a really striking effect.
The stage was also raked, which meant the light fell on it at exciting angles.
They also used haze innovatively to create a 'wall' using light, which we could occasionally punch through and see behind.
By and large, the acting was good, however I found the plot muddled in parts - that could just be a me thing though...
The end of the show also had an evacuation drill, which was fun!
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