‘A theatrical evening of the highest calibre’ Croydon Guardian

‘Barry’s new play touches upon the rise of the Communist bloc and the spy rings of the period, incorporating a look at the cracks that had begun to appear in the British class system… studious, intimate and rather touching.’ The Stage

‘A multi-layered play which, with almost every scene, uncovers some new intrigue; a tangled web of deceit and confusion with tragic consequences.’ South London Press

‘The play raises questions of attitudes towards sexuality, morality, loyalty, class and mortality during the uneasy interwar period and it does all this in a gripping fashion, thanks to Barry’s sharp writing. Subtle and sophisticated… highly recommended and definitely a writer to watch’. Theatreworld

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