REVIEW: Lady Chatterley’s Lover@Theatre Royal

November 16, 2016

The book, famously banned for being obscene is opened and parred own here here like a delicate flower, pressed into it’s perfume and essence, but it’s still a challenging analysis of what happens when patriarchy, entitlement and brutality are challenged by honesty, trust and tenderness. Tenderness was Lawrence’s working title for Lady Chatterley and with it’s superb ending, as low key, understated and beautifully wrought as the rest of the play and the acting this was a delightful ending to a wonderful night out.

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