Step away from the returns queue. The rare presence of Hollywood star Cate Blanchett on a London stage has caused a box office frenzy, but sadly this would-be provocative vehicle – Martin Crimp’s loose variations on Samuel Richardson’s 1740 proto-novel Pamela, directed by Katie Mitchell – isn’t worthy of her talents, nor those of the excellent Stephen Dillane.
- RT @BroadwayWorldUK: ** 'More tipsy office party than meaningful workplace drama': #9to5Musical broadwayworld.com/article/BWW-Re… https://t.co/obt2kh… 9 hours ago
- @VikkiJane Or at least an option with those 'premium' seats... 11 hours ago
- @VikkiJane Well, it started with his delighted splutter as a hunk in a towel did a pirouette... And just about ever… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 11 hours ago