Lorca: A Theatre Beneath the Sand
the space@surgeons hall
Theatre, Dance Acrobatics, Contemporary
“Two young drama school students play a surrealist game of poetry and acrobatics exploring the passionate world of the Spanish poet Federico García Lorca including one of his best and least known plays, The Public.”
Review by Richard Lambert, UN-RATED
Having arrived at 16:20 for a 16:25 show my ticket was printed. I was then directed to go outside and join the Queue. Outside, the venue usher told myself and 2 women to wait under a sign. Come 16:25 I asked if there were only 3 for this show. I was told to go inside.
Inside I was told I was too late for the show and they didn’t allow late-comers.
The 2 women were refunded and Box Office said “sorry” to me.
So there it is – bad FOH management, I missed the show, and can’t provide a Review.