'An embattled contemporary morality play full of sardonic fun and spiky indignation.What an enviable debut: funny, intelligent and briskly honest.' Sunday TimesTeeth 'n' Smiles
A rock band visits Cambridge in 1969: the characters look back to the middle-class transition of the fifties, while the play itself looks back to the class reversal of pop decade. 'The writing is bright with aggression.a flintily intelligent play.' The TimesKnuckle
'I beg all lovers of the theatre, and all those concerned for its future, to see Knuckle.' Sunday TelegraphLicking Hitler
'Beginning with a middle-class young woman's unceremonious introduction to specialized war work, it develops with a devastating economy of means into a dramatization of the unarguable logic of deception.elegant, spare and as lucid as crystal.' ObserverPlenty
'Brilliant.it deepens with every viewing.' Mel Gussow, New York Times
David Hare is one of Britain's most internationally performed playwrights. Born in Sussex in 1947, he had a long association with Britain's National Theatre, which produced eleven of his plays successively between 1978 and 1997. A trilogy about the church, the law and the Labour Party - Racing Demon, Murmuring Judges and The Absence of War - was presented in repertory at the Olivier Theatre in 1993. Nine of his best-known plays, including Plenty, The Secret Rapture, Skylight, The Blue Room, Amy's View, The Judas Kiss and Via Dolorosa - in which he performed - have also been performed on Broadway. David Hare's most recent play, The Breath of Life, premi red at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, London, in October 2002.