Tristan Fynn-Aiduenu is a new Renaissance man. His career began with an improvisation of a demonic ADHD-ridden Texan elf with attachment issues and has taken him to writing for the Royal Court, directing at the Young Vic and performing at the National Theatre.
The Big House Theatre Company is an amazing Islington-based charity working with disadvantaged young people to create wonderful theatre. Its latest offering, cruelly cut short by Lockdown 2, offers a highly inventive tragicomic take on a tragicomic year.
A show that is a canny combination of the music it chooses to celebrate, brief snippets of the movement's history that your ears sometimes pick up on, and a good introduction to new heavyweights on the theatre scene. It is a strange night - while these beats have been played and replayed, and the themes are trodden ground, you leave the theatre feeling you've been privy to something special.