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The Dazzle

  • “My brother makes an epic of a molecule what would he do with the world?”

    New York City. The beginnings of the 20th Century. Two brothers, sit listening to the gramophone amidst 136 tons of debris, antiques and junk. When a beautiful guest arrives, a reaction occurs and everybody’s lives are thrown into sharp focus. As the music becomes ever more raucous, hidden desires bubble to the surface and hopeful possibilities arise, if only they can leave the apartment!

    The UK premiere of Tony Award winner Richard Greenberg’s thrilling and fascinating play is brought to life in the anarchic spaces of the former Central St Martins and stars Andrew Scott, David Dawson and Joanna Vanderham.

  • Andrew Scott
    David Dawson
    Joanna Vanderham

  • Director Simon Evans
    Designer Ben Stones
    Lighting Designer Neil Austin
    Composer & Sound Designer Edward Lewis

  • ★★★★★

    Observer | Susannah Clapp
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    ‘Some of the best acting in London’


    The Times | Ann Treneman
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    ‘The Dazzle is the theatrical equivalent of a secret gig.
    You emerge feeling as if you’ve seen something special because you have’


    Independent | Paul Taylor
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    Mail on Sunday | Georgina Brown
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    ‘Deeply Dazzling. Extraordinary, and then some’


    The Telegraph | Jane Shilling
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    ‘Simon Evans directs with a pitch-perfect blend of
    tragi-comic rigour and piercing tenderness.’




    The Stage Natasha Tripney
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    ‘Superb performances’


    WhatsOnStage Daisy Bowie-Sell
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    ‘A fluid, beautiful play written with a startling precision and wit by Richard Greenberg’

    ‘Dazzlingly witty tale of doomed romance’

    Evening Standard | Henry Hitchings
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