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Anthony Skuse directs POMOMA by Alistair McDowall @ Kings Cross Theatre

 

There are only three potential kinds of scene, that hold together the structure of the plot of most plays, with fights, negotiations, seductions. Written with fire, and without the need for contrivance, POMOMA is a quickly paced and interesting journey of discovery of seven millennials, living in Manchester England.

The playwright was very mindful of audience when writing, fact versus fiction, and he has created a disturbing version of troubled life, of morals ignored but with a more singular story, all the better to ring true, easily articulating the small and important details of their lives, being fully brought to account.

 

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