"Christopher Hampton's savagely funny play... is about a love triangle in which love plays a minimal part. It's like the Bermuda Triangle: enter and you'll never return..." The Sunday Times. Updated for a run in the West End last year, this version of the script first performed in 1976 at The Royal Court retains all the savagery, emotional variety and humour of the original but reminds us that, although the roles of men and women have changed so much in so many ways since '76, some things really haven't. When the bullying and unfaithful "ex" reappears and comes face to face with the considerate, understanding and well, possibly rather dull, "current" what would you expect to happen? You can't help wondering if you would do the same?
"This subtle and understated comedy of despair repays close attention." (The Sunday Telegraph). The intimate setting of the Coward Room provides the perfect opportunity to do just that.