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This production needs more dosh: Good, at the Harold Pinter Theatre, reviewed

22 October 2022

9:00 AM

22 October 2022

9:00 AM


Harold Pinter Theatre, until 24 December

The Boy With Two Hearts

Dorfman, until 12 November

Good, starring David Tennant, needs more dosh spent on it. The former Doctor Who plays John, a literary academic living in Germany in 1933, whose cosy life is disrupted by troublesome females. His mum is a cranky basket case dying in hospital and his wife is a manic depressive who can’t look after their kids.

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