Hastie’s production is a glory, too, with a faultless cast, especially … Brian Fletcher’s schoolboy, a wonderfully pawky professional debut.
The Times on The York Realist
Plaudits, too, for...Brian Fletcher as his dreamily and insolently detached nephew Jack
Telegraph on The York Realist
There is delicate, understated work, too, from the whole cast, particularly … Brian Fletcher as George’s gawky teenage nephew Jack.
The Financial Times on The York Realist
There is also a striking debut from Brian Fletcher as a gawky youth: mouth slightly open, features sunk in doleful adolescence, neck at an awkward angle, “dunno” hisdefault response. He makes himself look like a line-drawing from a 60s comic.
The Guardian on The York Realist
And the superb performances have exactly the same sense of texture and feel. There's not a character on this stage that you don't care about, from Brian Fletcher (making his professional debut) as thegawky teenager Jack, all elbows and dunnos
WhatsonStage on The York Realist