Loot review: A masterclass in physical comedy and timing

Loot review: A masterclass in physical comedy and timing
 

On one hand, he was queer, transgressive, angry and a criminal, imprisoned for defacing public library books. 
On the other, his plays are a uniquely British blend of satire and farce, tastelessness and erudition, the formal and unconventional. First produced in 1965 Loot is possibly his finest work. 
It is the story of two young men who hide the proceeds from a bank robbery inside the coffin of a dead woman who just happens to be the mother of one of them. Set entirely in the funeral home with a coffin centre stage, Michael Fentiman’s production is a masterclass in physical comedy and... read more

 
1 September 2017 in Entertainment, Views: 60
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