A muscular performance.
Christopher Wollaton gives a commanding, tormented performance of remarkable physicality and mental turmoil.
An impressive study of the tyranny of beauty.
Brawn offers us an arresting portrait of physical perfectionism sparked by unrealistic representations of the male body in advertising and popular culture, and demonstrates the damage this can do.
This production is a useful reminder that the objectification of men can be just as damaging as the objectification of women.
This piece confronts some interesting contemporary issues... and lead actor Wollaton puts in a committed and extremely courageous performance.
An excellent play and a thoughtful insight into the fragility that can hide behind strength.
Brawn is an intelligent and entirely relevant look at the pressures and expectations put on men to conform to unrealistic ideals of physical perfection.
It shows how banter, casual judgements, and media imagery can damage the mind.
A strong and convincing monologue.
A must-see play, full of energy and covering a rarely addressed topic but one of upmost importance
Treats some challenging topics very respectfully, and illuminates them without feeling forced or self-applauding.
A fascinating play.
A powerful performance on a vital topic.
A play that demands compassion.
A smart and shockingly honest piece of writing performed with great skill and sensitivity.