Sunday, 9 December 2012
Theatre review: Everyday Maps for Everyday Use
The soundtrack as the audience enters is a selection of Bowie's more space travel-fixated songs, as the play is set in Woking, where HG Wells had the aliens first invade in The War of the Worlds, and Morton-Smith's characters' lives, ambitions and sexual inclinations are all in some way or other tied up with Mars; the play follows the various ways the six people's lives intertwine.
Everyday Maps for Everyday Use by Tom Morton-Smith is booking until the 22nd of December at the Finborough Theatre.
Running time: 1 hour 25 minutes straight through.