By John Nathan, June 25, 2009
Alexi Kaye Campbell has a carved a provocative reputation by writing about the gap between idealism and the reality of the way people use (or misuse) the rights that have been fought for by previous generations.
In The Pride, it was gay rights; this time it is feminism. His heroine is art historian Kristin who neglected her now adult sons to realise her professional ambitions.
Josie Rourke’s production is an entertaining drama of the kitchen table kind, around which brickbats and family feuds fly.