Ellie Zeegen (PM) and Ali Watt (John) in Letter of Last Resort at top secret location.
Set in the near future, David Greig’s brilliant play is a conversation between the new prime minister (in this case a woman) and the Head of Arrangements, John, at the end of her first day. It unpacks the arguments around nuclear deterrents – and the surreal position a new prime minster must find themself in.
Saw the show today and it was truly brilliant. Theatre at its most alive. Well done. Jack Trinity.
A short dose of thought-provoking, totally unique and exceedingly well done theatre, like you’ve NEVER seen theatre before. Wendy Feakins.
Excellent performance. Thought provoking. Tom Murray
Simply amazing. Highly recommended. Abby Oakes
Terrific. I enjoyed every moment. Congratulations to all. Liz Smith
Thank you for a lovely performance. Thoughtful and thought provoking. Congratulations on a terrific show. Irene Allan
Brilliant @FirebrandTheatr production of The Letter of Last Resort performed at a secret location. Rhona Taylor
@HeartofHawick @FirebrandTheatr Outstanding,imaginative, wonderfully acted and staged production. Multiple bravos to all. John Hunter
a famously brilliant 40-minute exploration of the whole idea of deterrence theory’ *** The Scotsman