Saw this today and picking and choosing from remarks already uttered here:
It's still three hours though the programme promises two and a half. But it didn't feel long.
McAvoy is sensationally good. Who would have thought he could be such a PHYSICAL actor?
What's the problem people had with Claire Foy? Too passive? Not today. Loved her. The lack of warmth between her and her hubby was, I think, due to Jamie Lloyd's take on their marriage, explained in a programme note. As he sees it they have recently lost a child and this has put a chill on passion.
Lady Macduff's prolonged death scene was an echo of The Duchess of Malfi's murder. Jamie Lloyd apparently has a thing for strangulation.
After McAvoy and Foy my favourite actor was Mark Quartley who made more of Malcolm than I thought was there.
Jamie Lloyd's production was amazing in every detail. Why are people so down on him?
The stage seats are great except if you're at the end of a row when they become Obstructed View.
Five pounds for a programme! Maybe that's what they really mean by Trafalgar Transformed.
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