‘Skylight’: Poignant, Realistic and Unexpectedly Funny

The attention to detail in Hugh Tappin’s production of Skylight is remarkable.  Stepping into the Burton Taylor Studio felt like walking into a ramshackle flat, complete with a shabby, tea-stained table, a working kettle, and a (slightly wobbly) front door.  Skylight, with its naturalistic dialogue and low-key setting, calls for a thorough commitment to realism, […]

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