Hannah and Martin recieves rave reviews "4 Star " Time Out1st June 2008
"Quite a find this play"
"You will leave the theatre not only entertained, but almost certainly smarter"
Time Out * * * * (4 Stars)
"This is something special"
The Metro * * * * (4 Stars)
"Based on their correspondence and real life events, it was the first play by journalist Kate Fodor and has all the ingredients that make it a perfect theatrical experience - intellectually stimulating, fine writing and compelling performances.
British Theatre Guide
"A thoroughly absorbing piece"
Kate Fodor's neatly structured play is the perfect marriage of philosophical argument and dramatic tension
As Arendt, Vivienne Rowdon is at the top of her game in an extremely difficult and emotional role.
she is matched perfectly by Greg Patmore's Heidegger.
Supported by a strong cast"
‘'Kate Fodor's script combines raw emotions with fascinating philosophical ideas, helping the audience understand how such an intelligent man could sympathise with the Nazis.
Rowdon - captivating as the older, wiser Hannah - brilliantly encapsulates her character's enthusiasm and admiration for Heidegger.
Greg Patmore is a convincing Heidegger. He steals the penultimate scene when the lovers confront one another after years apart.
It is a powerful, emotional performance.''
Camden New Journal
"A terrific production of a remarkably confident debut by American writer Kate Fodor.
Under Pat Garret's assured direction it is a quality mirrored by Vivienne Rowdon's superb performance which transmits Arendt's curiosity and fierce intelligence. She gets fine support by a quality cast, particularly Greg Patmore's restrained Heidegger."
The Jewish Chronicle - * * * * * (5 Stars)
"A fiercely intelligent, near flawless play
A dazzling, intense second act
The most absorbing, challenging, brilliant two hours of theatre"
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