Loot at Park Theatre review: Many blissfully funny lines

Loot at Park Theatre review: Many blissfully funny lines
 

In a bitter irony, it also marked 50 years since the murder of Joe Orton, one of the boldest playwrights of the 20th century, whose work mocked and challenged the very hypocrisies and prejudices that the anti-gay legislation embodied.
In his most famous comedy, Loot, filial grief, terminal care and benevolent policing are all called into question as a son uses his mother's coffin to stash the proceeds of a bank robbery, a nurse systematically murders her patients and a policeman inveigles his way into peoples' homes and gives suspects "a kicking".
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4 September 2017 in Entertainment, Views: 51
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