A week into The Narcissist24th March 2016
A whole week has passed since The English Rep moved into the Main House so let's find out how The Narcissist is going.
Audiences have been entertained with an intimate performance, getting up close with and personal with the lead, Charlie, in his sessions of cognitive behavioural therapy.
Critics are saying there are 'genuinely funny moments throughout' with the contrast between Helen Bang's portrayal of a manipulative, selfish mother, and Mike Fenner's role as the submissive hard-done-by husband.
ĎGavin Davis excels in portraying scenes of family chaos with his intimate, believable and destructive writing.í
ĎMike Fennerís sympathetic portrayal of the all-enduring, ill husband is extremely evocative.í
-The MiddlePeg Review
Click on the link to hear more from the Writer and cast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPXG3wlim_Y&feature=youtu.be
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