Versailles

Theatre

Off-West End

Donmar Warehouse

Until Sat Apr 5

  • © Johan Persson

    Gwilym Lee (Leonard)

  • © Johan Persson

    Gwilym Lee (Leonard Rawlinson) and Tamla Kari (Mabel Rawlinson)

  • © Johan Persson

    Tamla Kari (Mabel Rawlinson)

  • © Johan Persson

    Barbara Flynn (Marjorie Chater)and Francesca Annis (Edith Rawlinson)

  • © Johan Persson

    Francesca Annis (Edith Rawlinson) and Barbara Flynn (Marjorie Chater)

  • © Johan Persson

    Gwilym Lee (Leonard Rawlinson) and Edward Killingback (Henry Sedgwick Bell)

  • © Johan Persson

    Gwilym Lee (Leonard Rawlinson) and Tom Hughes (Gerald Chater)

  • © Johan Persson

    Simon Williams (The Honourable Fredrick Gibb)

© Johan Persson

Gwilym Lee (Leonard)

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Jordan Bell

This play was set pre first world war one. The play was vey poignant, which can be related to today. The play included a very good cast though some parts of the play were difficult to understand for example the politics involved, which went over my head. But it was quite sensitive regarding same sex relationships with Gerald and Leonard and how war, affected these two individuals. This can be seen today for example the oppression persecution, and discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation. It also showed the difficulties regarding women wishing to be independent. I,m no critic as you can see, but I did enjoy this play very much, despite the rustling of a popcorn bag being eaten by the couple next to me.