The Royal Court Theatre in Sloane Square, west London, is no stranger to high level experimentation. It's latest play, Unreachable by Anthony Neilson, has been created by the company whilst in the rehearsal room. Unlike most plays which begin the rehearsal process with a final draft of the script, this new drama brings together a talented cast led by ex-Dr Who Matt Smith, who have worked together to craft a brand new production.
A hilarious satirical portrait of the challenges of film-making and a metaphorical journey about obsession.
A friend who saw Unreachable just three nights before its official opening sent me an e-mail describing what he had seen as "unwatchable", saying that the cast "all carried scripts throughout and often had to prompt each other and read... Read more