Urban inter-generation relationships explored

circles_2929387bRachel De-lahay returns to her native Birmingham for sharply observed urban drama Circles, which, judging by its enthusiastic reception by a varied Tricycle audience, has equally strong resonance further south.

In a pair of related stories, two teenagers bond during their winding journey on the number 11 bus, while a woman returns home seeking refuge from a violent relationship. Tessa Walker’s brisk production, with understated set from Bob Bailey, moves easily and efficiently between them.

Read my full Ham & High review here

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