Love and Information

Theatre

West End

Royal Court Theatre

Until Sat Oct 13 2012

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Wimbledon Whinger

Love and Information is not really a play, it is merely a writers rather uninteresting notebook dragged to the stage by an exceptional director, cast and crew. The content leaves the viewer empty and in desperate need of a very stiff drink. The acclaimed Caryl Churchill (up there with Stoppard???) has decided that this is a play and simply because she says it is a play the audience and the critics dutifully lap it up, disregarding the obvious contempt Churchill has developed for her audience. After an hour of repetition the production becomes tedious and a fair percentage of tonight's audience were watching their watches rather than the stage which was sad as the actors were giving far more than this non script deserves.