The 39 Steps

Lyric Theatre, Belfast

29 March–16 April 2016

The 39 Steps – No More Workhorse Review

The 39 Steps is perfectly suited to Bruiser’s pared down aesthetic. The use of props, set, lighting and sound combine to create living rooms, train carriages and hotels and if any company can convince you that three ladders are the Forth Bridge, this is the one...

The 39 Steps – CultureHUB Magazine Review

Herein lies the beauty of this piece – one minute you’re laughing, the next you’re wondering, next you’re tapping your feet to Matthew Reeve’s sparse yet inspired musical score. I’ve reviewed a Lisa May/Bruiser play before, but the past is the past and if...

The 39 Steps – The Reviews Hub Review

It is impossible to fault this production, it is little wonder that the entire Lyric Theatre rise to its feet in triumphant applause as the curtain falls. This is a well-polished, sublimely executed glimpse into what can be achieved on a stage with a tiny cast,...

Producer – BRUISER THEATRE COMPANY & LYRIC THEATRE
Adaptation – PATRICK BARLOW
Music – MATTHEW REEVE
Director – LISA MAY
Choreographer – SARAH JOHNSTON
Designer – STUART MARSHALL
Lighting Designer – JAMES C MCFETRIDGE