Thriller asks big questions

imageTwenty-five years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, David Edgar’s 1990s Iron Curtain Trilogy is staged together for the first time, offering wry, nuanced dramatisation of political and social upheaval.

Middle play Pentecost addresses post-Soviet reconstruction and the complexity of heritage via insightful art detective thriller.

Read my full Ham & High review here

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