At Last (inc At First)

At Last (inc At First)

"We don't know how to forgive, we only know how to forget"


The old world has fallen and something brave and new has taken its place.

Out of the fire and rubble and the ashes something new is born. A chance to learn about the past and to discover who we were to save the future. A chance to find hope anew, or to tear open wounds which will never close again.

This is the story of ten years of hate. Ten years of oppression and anger when we gave ourselves up to the dark.

A story of the mother who fought for her broken sons, and the father that stood in judgement. The daughter willing to pay the ultimate price for freedom, the man who stood by and watched and the woman that listened.

This is the story of when the world went mad.

It is time to tell the truth.

At Last.

Critic reviews

With an explosive story line and a first-rate cast, At Last cements itself as a modern classic

Theatre Weekly

A stunning piece. Seek this out, find it, watch it, and don’t stop thinking about it

Everything Theatre

Directed with incredible pace, precision and heartbreaking realism…At Last is played by a company at the top of their game

The review Chap

The high energy cast is excellent…Under David Brady’s direction (with Jess Barton) - its a great watch

My Theatre Mates

James Lewis and Alexander Knott’s new play allows a terrifying glimpse into the way an event…could become a reality

Elaine Chapman (Theatre & Art Reviews)

At Last is provocative, emotional, gritty and thought-provoking - the qualities you wish for from every play you ever watch

London Theatre Reviews

Date & time

Show ended
Tue 10 Sep - Sun 22 Sep, 7.30pm
Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins


42-44 Gaisford Street, Kentish Town NW5 2ED London, UK · Get Directions
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