This is the first review I have read that I agree with. If you think the play is about climate change, then you have missed the play. I went to see this with my sceptical son and whilst I believe in man made climate change, we both came away enjoying the play without discussing the climate issue. Unless you are a keen observer of the climate change debate, I think you would be hard pushed to follow too closely the arguments put forward in the play, and I don't think the audience is meant to. I didn't think the play made a strong argument in either direction, but rather exposed the strengths and weaknesses of both sides. As someone who works in a university and has teenage and young adult children, I enjoyed the human and family drama. The production and the acting were excellent and the audience was really engaged. I also noticed different reactions to the pathos and humour - I thought perhaps younger people might laugh at some things where those of us who are older and perhaps have experienced some of these things would feel empathy. I agree the ending was weak although functional, but I was wondering (after nearly 3 hours) how on earth it was going to end.
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