Is Anything Broken?

A high-flying architect has to drastically rearrange his life after his son is knocked over in this comedy from Dan Davies. Part of the Camden Fringe.


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4.9 / 5

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I thoroughly enjoyed this play. It's fantastically written and has actors that do justice to an intelligent and witty script. Wonderful way to spend the evening and highly recommended.

Witty and engaging writing brought to life by innovative choreography and direction. Brilliant use of space.

Superb show! Excellent tight script, incredible performances showing the talent and diversity of the actors (especially those playing more than one part), great direction and use of sound design and impossible not to identify with. I was hooked!

A great night at the theatre: funny, engaging and terrifically observant. Fantastic work

A pressurised situation brought alive by a superb script and engaging actors. The staging is clever and visuals are ingenious. This is a definite must see

Really entertaining play which uses some clever, original dramatic devices. Anyone with kids and a demanding job may find it uncomfortably close to the bone!

A brilliantly written show - really enjoyed the crescendo of the drama. Excellent direction brings a play for voices to life on stage. Highly recommended.

I was truly bowled over by Is Anything Broken? It was more intelligently written than Tom Stoppard's ouvres, more witty than Oscar Wilde, had more canny social observations than a Jane Austen novel and was as gripping as a Shakespearean tragedy. A very cleverly produced modern satire with an excellent cast, great visuals, and superb anti-heroes that everyone can either relate to or think of someone who does.