Lost in translation

April-in-Paris-300x199Thirty years ago, Andy Warhol gathered together 300,000 disparate possessions in cardboard boxes, creating a makeshift time capsule for the edification of future generations.

There is another time capsule of sorts playing at Richmond Theatre, where John Godber’s revival of his 1992 work April in Paris astonishes with material, attitudes and form that must surely have seemed strangely passé even on first viewing; today, it’s positively antiquated.

Read my full Bargain Theatreland review here

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