• Vincent River

    Production Notes

    This is a production of the play Vincent River by Philip Ridley, 20 March – 14 April 2018, The Park Theatre, London.


    Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy


    Writer Philip Ridley
    Robert Chevara


    ‘Fantastic staging and superlative acting to produce a definitive version of Philip Ridley’s awesome play’ ★★★★★ LondonTheatre1

    ‘Edgy, mesmerising and convincing… superb, unmissable stuff’ ★★★★★ Actdrop

    ‘Robert Chevara’s production holds the audience in a tight grip for the entire 90-minutes… This is a rare piece of theatre – simply beautiful.’ ★★★★★ Broadway World

    ‘Unmissable is not something one should say very often, but this really falls into that category’ ★★★★★ Reviews Gate

    ‘Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy are utterly captivating, their performances balancing light and shade – we literally watch two people crumble before us. The effects are devastating’ ★★★★★ The Gizzle Review

    ‘A brilliant, fierce piece of writing, beautifully brought to life in this production by the superb performances of Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy’ ★★★★ Spy In The Stalls

    ‘A stirring production, there’s terrific chemistry between Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy… director Robert Chevara uses the small space inventively and powerfully’ ★★★★ The Upcoming

    ‘This is passionate playing that pulses with feeling. In a production like this, Vincent River becomes an important play. Timely, as well thrilling theatre’ British Theatre Guide

    ‘Riveting performances’ The Stage

    ‘Eye opening, emotional theatre’ ★★★★ Rewite this Story

    ‘In Robert Chevara’s taut production, Thomas Mahy climaxes in a performance of commanding visceral intensity’ ★★★★ The Reviews Hub

    ‘A beautifully calibrated cat-and mouse tease’ ★★★★ Entertainment Focus

    ‘Philip Ridley’s fiercely powerful two-hander may only run for 80 minutes but it packs an emotional punch that left its opening night audience reeling’ ★★★★ Stage Review

    ‘The chemistry between Louise Jameson and Thomas Mahy is palpable… Davey’s final monologue and the primal scream that follows will forever remain with the audience’ ★★★★ Breaking the Fourth Wall

    ‘Heart-wrenching drama performed by an outstanding company’ Queerguru