Ulster American reviews!

See what the critics had to say the production

The production Ulster American has returned to the London stage for the first time in nearly twenty years. Directed by the award-winning Jeremy Herrin, who recently directed Amy Adams in her West End debut and starring Oscar-nominated actor Woody Harrelson, Andy Serkis, and Derry Girls' Louisa Harland. The play first appeared at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018 and was met with five-star reviews and riotous applause. 

Let's see if the reputation has withheld itself with the recent critic reviews below!

"It doesn't need the help of a dreaded critic to ensure it becomes a hot ticket, trust me when I say do whatever you can to bag one." - WhatsOnStage

"Featuring a stellar cast, razor-sharp and intricately crafted writing, and the expert direction of Jeremy Herrin, Ulster American demands your attention." - West End Best Friend

"stellar cast, razor-sharp and intricately crafted writing"

"Harrelson shows off this grand pomposity through a very physical performance, dominating the stage like a true A-lister" - Broadway World

"a true A-lister"

"Herrin's is beautifully weighted, with his stars really digging into the material." - Timeout

What's it about?

Ulster American follows a group of creatives as they attempt to stage a new play about a violent Protestant activist from Northern Ireland, and the tribulations and passionate disagreements that they face along the way.

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