Wet House, Soho Theatre

Live Theatre production of  WET HOUSE by Paddy Campbell directed by Max RobertsWhen gifting the unheard a voice, the temptation is often to make it a solemn one. Thankfully, Paddy Campbell has, for the most part, sidestepped puritanical preaching in his debut play based on experiences working at a ‘wet house’, a homeless hostel where incurable alcoholics can drink in a secure environment.

Though tonally uneven, at its best Campbell’s piece delivers unpalatable truths with a bitingly funny sweetener.

Read my full theartsdesk review here

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