REVIEW: Master Harold and the boys @ National Theatre

Brian Butler October 30, 2019

But raging adolescent insecurity , bolstered by a personal sense of injustice at having to look after his drunken invalid father, bubble to the surface and we see unconscious prejudice openly manifest itself, changing the three men’s relationship with dire consequences. The anachronism and injustice of apartheid and racial prejudice are laid bare in this customer-free afternoon tearoom in a South African park in 1950.

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