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The Same Deep Water As Me

Personal Injury, one party on a CFA, a staged accident, the Luton County Court - not obvious material for a play in the West End. Nick Payne has been given a Four Star review by the Guardian's Michael Billington for his play 'The Same Deep Water As Me' which is running at the Donmar Warehouse in London. He describes it as 'a sharply observant social comedy about the exponential growth of a compensation culture based on fabricated accidents: not quite as savage, perhaps, as Billy Wilder's 1966 movie 'The Fortune Cookie', but nonetheless highly amusing.' He concludes saying 'There are also immaculate performances from Daniel Mays as the nervy, quixotic Andrew [solicitor], Nigel Lindsay as the life-bruised Barry [solicitor], Marc Wootton as the thuggish claimant, and Monica Dolan doubling hilariously as an anecdotal cabbie and a power-dressed lawyer whose very soul seems to be well-ironed.'

The play is running until 28th September so if you have not had enough of this stuff in practice...

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