This poem turned play is directed by Ian Nicholson and explores the ways in which two people’s love for each other can be directed by fate. Here is what critics have been saying about it.
The Play’s The Thing UK: “Nude manages to move the heart even with its small faults, and taps into timeless truths about love, fear and loss.”
London Theatre 1: **** Peter Yates wrote: “This is a thought-provoking play that stays with you long after leaving the auditorium.”
West End Wilma:*** Alex Foott commented that: “Overall, Nude is an interesting piece. The most enjoyable and thought provoking aspect lies within Fate’s discovery of and confusion at the contradictory nature of human beings.”
London City Nights: **** “But if you open your heart to it and the play speaks to you, it’s a theatrical experience like little else on the London stage right now.”
Jonathan Baz Reviews: *** “Perhaps not especially innovative in its plot (a little reminiscent of Nick Payne’s Constellations) Nude makes for an enjoyable and well acted production.”
Nude plays at the Hope Theatre until the 21st May. For more information and to book tickets visit: http://www.thehopetheatre.com/productions/nude/.