The Judas Kiss

The Judas Kiss

Towards the end of the play, Oscar Wilde says John, not Judas, should’ve been the one to betray Jesus since John was the apostle Jesus most loved while he hardly knew Judas. And watching how Oscar has been forsaken by the love of his life, we understand why. Jason Cavanagh’s elegant revival of David Hare’s 1998 play is a rich portrait of unequal love,…

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Theatre review: The Blue Room

Dear Dad Sex (still) sells, despite what some might say. Just head down to The Owl and the Pussycat now, if you need any convincing. On attendance night, the theatre was nearly full, packed with people from the young (no, not kids, of course) to the doddery old. There were homosexuals, heterosexuals; there were talkers, and watchers, the chic, and the…