Accolade, St James Theatre

WJK_4944Reclaiming lost plays can be unnecessary indulgence, but Blanche McIntyre’s note-perfect production of Emlyn Williams’ 64-year-old work ushers in the renaissance of a thoroughly modern masterpiece.

This progressive examination of ethical relativism, trial by media and the tension between public and private life is so topical as to seem positively clairvoyant, but it’s not just a play of ideas – Accolade is among the year’s most riveting human dramas.

Read my full theartsdesk review here

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One Response to Accolade, St James Theatre

  1. Miss Bicknell says:

    Nicely done, well done for your comment at the end, it makes a nice contrast.xxx

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