A Number, which was described as “the first true play of the 21st century” by Nicholas De Jongh of the London Evening Standard, features well-known TV actor John Benfield as the father of three sons all played by Daniel Casey, best known to TV viewers as Sergeant Gavin Troy in ITV’s popular drama Midsomer Murders. The production, which runs until Saturday 9 May, has opened to extremely praiseworthy reviews.
“It’s a real high wire of a play and director Sarah Punshon’s passion for the material is evident,” writes Kevin Bourke of the Manchester Evening News. To read the full review, please “click here…”:
“Sarah Punshon directs with complete assurance and delivers a well-paced and thoroughly satisfying production of a thought-provoking piece,” writes Caroline May of UK Theatre Net. To read the full review, please “click here… “:
“Sarah Punshon’s debut production at this venue (and hopefully not her last) is an assured think-piece certain to give Manchester’s chattering classes something to chat about,” writes Matthew Nicholls of What’s On Stage. To read the full review, please “click here… “:
THIS PRODUCTION CONTAINS STRONG LANGUAGE*