It's a big ask to put on Bulgakovs famous book in an intimate venue such as The Lord Stanley so i went along with some trepidation..however this was soon dispelled after a promising and fast paced first half involving Centurians, a drunken bitching session between the theatre manager and the critics, The Devil (Woland) and his assistants: a lipstick loving, camp sociopath, a characterful black cat and a scantily clad, sexually charged female. - the flirtation and chemistry between The Master and Margarita is strong with stand out performances from the two leads. The second half did not disappoint either and as the story flowed, the twists came. I will not reveal the ending, however you will be pleased to have made the trip (and the walk) from Camden!
Master and Margarita
Until Sun Oct 13 2013
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Sep 17 2013
Mikhail Bulgakov's epic novel, which lands the devil in Moscow, gets a new stage production by the in-house company at this Camden fringe theatre.