Find yourself in the eye of a storm as Hotel, the new play by Polly Stenham, brings the unexpected to the National Theatre.
Packed full of intrigue, this masterful work is set in an obscure, secluded spot the perfect desert island refuge. The Robert family have travelled to this idyll, looking for a peaceful place to relax but behind the pale sands and beautiful sunsets, something sinister is waiting for them; there are dark clouds on the horizon that signal problems for the blissfully unaware family.
A tropical thriller in which nothing is quite as you would expect, Hotel explores the themes of personal integrity while thrilling audiences with its twists and turns. This play continues a flow of fine writing from Stenham, whose notable recent plays for the Royal Court include That Face, winner of the Evening Standard Award for Best New Play.
- Maria Aberg