Sat at one of the small nightclub tables at the front of the stalls (used for Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill), writer Simon Stephens glances around the room with the look of a man who is about to make the great space that is the Wyndham’s, his personal playground.
Don’t be intimidated by the title: Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle. This isn’t a play about the German physicist, but adapts his theory to emotions. The theory goes (briefly), if you are looking at an object closely enough, it is impossible to tell in which direction and at what speed it is going. In Simon Stephens’ new play, he takes this principle and applies it to two lovers: a kooky... Read more