De-Lahay, Rachel Routes (Modern Plays)

ISBN 13: 9781472522610

Routes (Modern Plays)

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This thrilling debut play by Rachel De-lahay plugs straight into the jittery heart of multicultural London today ... De-lahay has an alert ear for comic dialogue and her portrait of mixed-race, upwardly mobile twentysomethings on the estate ... crackles with wit as well as moments of deep emotion. The play raises the provocative question of whether it is possible to shrug off the fraught issue of racial identity ... It's a play that combines sharp one-liners with a savvy sense of the way we live now ... One leaves the theatre impatient to discover what Rachel De-lahay will come up with next. Daily Telegraph on The Westbridge In her first play, De-lahay shows an impressively complex vision. Financial Times on The Westbridge Routes is a vigorous and dynamic piece. -- Henry Hitchings Standard 21030926 De-lahay excels in writing streetsmart dialogue... -- Aleks Sierz Stage 21030926 The play expresses, more succinctly than journalism, the moral mess surrounding citizenship and criminal law. The Times 20130927 Routes is a sharp-edged sketch ... It plaits together tales of three young men who feel rejected personally or politically with tales of two white women ... who have ducked and dived into some kind of power. Observer 20130929 In 70 sparky minutes, [De-lahay] examines the murky world of those who want to get in and those who don't want to leave. Sunday Times 20131006 A world emerges of broken homes and young men losing their way as director Simon Godwin gets stunning performances from his cast. Mail on Sunday 20131006 De-lahay skilfully plaits together several different stories. Guardian an account of bureaucratic absurdity that doesn't hide behind absurdist humour. Time Out London

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Routes is a sharp-edged sketch ... It plaits together tales of three young men who feel rejected personally or politically with tales of two white women ... who have ducked and dived into some kind of power. Observer This thrilling debut play by Rachel De-lahay plugs straight into the jittery heart of multicultural London today ... De-lahay has an alert ear for comic dialogue and her portrait of mixed-race, upwardly mobile twentysomethings on the estate ... crackles with wit as well as moments of deep emotion. The play raises the provocative question of whether it is possible to shrug off the fraught issue of racial identity ... It's a play that combines sharp one-liners with a savvy sense of the way we live now ... One leaves the theatre impatient to discover what Rachel De-lahay will come up with next. Daily Telegraph on The Westbridge In her first play, De-lahay shows an impressively complex vision. Financial Times on The Westbridge Routes is a vigorous and dynamic piece. -- Henry Hitchings Standard De-lahay excels in writing streetsmart dialogue... -- Aleks Sierz Stage The play expresses, more succinctly than journalism, the moral mess surrounding citizenship and criminal law. The Times In 70 sparky minutes, [De-lahay] examines the murky world of those who want to get in and those who don't want to leave. Sunday Times A world emerges of broken homes and young men losing their way as director Simon Godwin gets stunning performances from his cast. Mail on Sunday De-lahay skilfully plaits together several different stories. Guardian an account of bureaucratic absurdity that doesn't hide behind absurdist humour. Time Out London

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