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Middle is a bit of a muddle at National Theatre – review

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We had high hopes for David Eldridge’s new play – the second part in a trilogy, Middle follows on from 2017’s Beginning, which we caught when it transferred to the West End and we absolutely loved it.

A cleverly-constructed two-hander, over the course of 100 minutes we gained an insight into the beginnings of a potential romance – guy meets girl at a house party, a conversation ensues, one thing leads to another and… well, you know how it goes.

Beginning was a play overflowing with clever lines, dripping with subtext, and very relatable and human exchanges. Middle follows much of the same formula – here we have another 100 minute two-hander, and the whole play is once again just a conversation between a man and a woman that unfolds during the early hours of a morning.

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