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Oh, The Humanity And Other Good Intentions – Tabard Theatre, London

Writer: Will Eno Director: Paul Lichtenstern Reviewer: Stephen Bates   “We’re born alone, we live alone, we die alone…” said Orson Welles and the same conclusion comes to mind after seeing Will Eno’s quirky exploration of the human condition. Ordinary people, each with their own foibles, strengths and inadequacies are depicted as if small vessels adrift on a vast ocean, ...

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Thom Pain (based on nothing) – Print Room, London

Writer: Will Eno Director: Simon Evans Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:5] John Light’s performance in bringing this hour-long Will Eno monologue to life has to be one of the most mesmerising experience currently available to theatregoers. Simon Evans’ revival of Thom Pain (based on nothing) at the Print Room in West London is an unrelenting search for the self which, initially ...

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Oh, The Humanity and Other Good Intentions – Soho Theatre, London

Writer: Will Eno Director: Erica Whyman Reviewer: Roanna Lewis [rating:5] “Don’t be nervous. Just act natural.” says a Photographer’s assistant to a packed house at the Soho Theatre. Will Eno’s Oh, The Humanity and Other Good Intentions is split into five short brilliantly written plays set in New York, seamlessly staged here by Erica Whyman. First produced in New York ...

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