Faustus: That Damned Woman

22nd Jan 2020 - 4th Apr 2020

Book Tickets

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London Evening Standard


by Henry Hitchings

'A shrewd portrait of politicians’ fallibility and the internal conflict that has often choked the Labour Party'

The Sunday Times


by Jane Edwardes

'Dinsdale is moving as a charismatic leader who has turned his party round, but can’t get himself over the finishing line.'

Daily Mail


by Quentin Letts

'Jeremy Herrin’s production has a cool staging... Well worth seeing'

The Guardian


by Michael Billington

'Hare’s play is a private tragedy as well as a political analysis... Reece Dinsdale plays the leader excellently as a Sheffield native blessed with a bouncy likability and loyalty to his cohorts.'

The Stage


by Roger Foss

'Jeremy Herrin’s persuasive, slickly staged Headlong revival'

The Independent

by Daniel Rosenthal

Daniel Rosenthal discusses the original response, both political and artistic, to David Hare's The Absence of War when it premiered in 1993.