Have to say that the play was complicated, intricate and extremely intriguing. Can't say any more, don't want to spoil it for anyone, but certainly an ongoing subject of discussion.
Fantastic, thoroughly enjoyed it and Rufus was amazing.
And 'yes' Nell's description was very apt.
"Fabulous! Shades of Albert, albeit on speed and with more of a sense of humour."
I went to the play with my son's girlfriend. When we got into London we decided to walk over to the Harold Pinter Theatre on our way over to the restaurant that we had booked. We went into the theatre foyer to see if the show programmes were available.
Then we walked round the side of the building to see where the stage door was located. We hoped (or should I say, I hoped) to get a photo of Rufus after the show. Anyway, we were just walking back down the road, I had my head turned and was chatting to Sophie.....I turned to look forward and there was Rufus striding towards us...
Had a brief chat with him, asked him if he was nervous about the first night. He seemed very relaxed, but said he felt nervous, but was really looking forward to it. Got a quick photo and off we went.
Also managed to see him briefly after the show outside the theatre (along with other people, who's stories I am sure you will hear before long)....Rufus was so kind and charming to everyone and seemed thrilled at the feedback he was getting regarding the play and his performance.