Family feud with a universal significance



TOM GRIFFITHS sees a brilliant dramatic analogy linking sibling conflict with the mind-bending collisions of particle physics
Mosquitoes
National Theatre,
London SE1
5/5
AS THE brilliant dialogue tumbles from the mouths of her flawed and richly drawn characters in Mosquitoes, playwright Lucy Kirkwood takes us on a journey from the buzzing, poisonous realities of family life to the biggest questions of particle physics.
Along the way the stage floor, scattered with the tissues used to mop up Granny’s piss, becomes the setting for cosmic light shows and lectures on deep science and Kirkwood... read more

 
1 August 2017 in Regional, Views: 51
Source: Morning Star
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