Friday, 8 May 2009

and here it is

At last! Several years after starting a blog about theatre and climate change, along comes a first-rate play - two first-rate plays - about climate change.

Steve Waters' terrific double-bill The Contingency Plan, which opened at the Bush last night, is sharp, funny, well-researched and scary.

As Michael Billington writes in today's Guardian, it's a 'massive achievement ... to have made the most important issue of our times into engrossing theatre'.

(This blog will be writing about the plays in more detail shortly.)

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