After the death of his dad, Michael is powerless and angry.
In a state of heartbreak, he confronts the difficult truths about his father’s legacy and the country that shaped him.
At the funeral, unannounced and unprepared, Michael decides it is time to speak.
New monologue about rage, racism and national identity is simply magnificent
More plays like Death of England need to exist on British stages
Rafe Spall gives a shattering performance in Clint Dyer and Roy Williams’s frantic monologue on the English soul
Complex and powerful monologue from Clint Dyer and Roy Williams, featuring a blazing, raging performance from Rafe Spall
Rafe Spall dazzles in punkish state-of-the-nation address
Rafe Spall rages through grief and fury in electrifying one-man play
A masterclass in adrenal acting, but a stereotypical view of the common man
It's a heady brew played out over 100 breathless minutes
Delivered by a performer who stays at eleven from start to finish
A powerful, funny, distressing play with a tour de force by Rafe Spall
Rafe Spall delivers a highly skilled performance
One thing that remains inarguable is that while England may be dead, this production is oh so alive
A rare gem