Lloyd Evans Lloyd Evans

This interactive Doctor Who show is as bombastic, fey and tedious as the TV series

Plus: a flawed but interesting play at Hampstead Theatre that would have benefitted from at least an hour of waffle being cut from the script

Molly Walker as a Time Lord Guide in a new interactive Doctor Who show that is just as bombastic, fey and tedious as the TV series. Credit: Mark Senior

Death of a Black Man is a little-known script from the 1970s written by Alfred Fagon who suffered a fatal heart attack in 1986, aged 49. It’s an intriguing but sloppily written play set in 1973 about a pair of black London teenagers who are hustling for cash in the music business and the furniture trade.

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