Brilliant reviews for ‘The Treatment’ at the Almeida

By 2nd May 2017 May 6th, 2020 Representation

Brilliant reviews for ‘The Treatment’ at the Almeida, scored by Air-Edel’s Rupert Cross

“Intoxicating and thoroughly entertaining…outstanding cast play it all heartily, humorously, quickly” ★★★★ The Times

“darkly amusing…” The Telegraph
“taut, coolly tragicomic…The performances have a mordant precision…Excellent treatment all round” ★★★★ The Independent
“Lyndsey Turner’s immaculate, neon-lit revival of Crimp’s 1993 play lays bare the ways reality is exploited and distorted by the media…Turner’s fine cast perfectly catch the characters’ internal contradictions.” ★★★★ The Guardian “Lyndsey Turner’s production is top-notch” The Financial Times ” “vivid production…a worthwhile rediscovery, combining macabre wit with incisive interrogation.” ★★★★ Broadway World

Brilliant reviews following press night on Friday 28th April at the Almeida Theatre for ‘The Treatment’. Air-Edel’s Rupert Cross composed the original score for the production which was recorded and mixed in Studio 1 by Nick Taylor.  The contemporary satire written by Martin Crimp in 1993 has been reinvented by award-winning director Lyndsey Turner. The show is running until the 10th June.