2 performers, a mini trampoline and a 1000 piece puzzle.
Leah and Sophie have been together, here, for a long time. They are happy here.
But there’s a problem. There’s a fucking massive problem and soon they’re going to have to talk about it.
The award-winning Antler return with a playful, intimate dissection of a relationship teetering on the edge of collapse. An absurd tragicomedy, Lands explores the impossibility of relationships, our inability to understand one another and the hills we’re willing to die on. This moving play arrives at the Bush following a sell-out run at the Edinburgh Fringe 2017.
At the right length this would be entertaining, quirky and fun, yet at 90 minutes I went beyond irritation into impatience and boredom
This initially charming and thoughtful take on a couple in trouble casts hobby-obsession as the villain of the piece
A high-spirited, tender investigation into a relationship that's on its way to its end
Woodcock-Stewart handles the transition from irritation to all-out aggression aptly over the course of 80 minutes
A smart and clever mind-bender, while also funny, joyful and entertaining
Quirky two-hander wrestles with obsession and self-absorption