This sensitive and touching play is a fictional account of one of the finest philosophers of the 20th century, Austrian philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein. Working as a porter at Guy's Hospital in London during the Blitz, the academic begins a relationship with a young, illiterate and terminally ill patient. Wittgenstein teaches the patient to read classic philosophers, and the patient teaches him rhyming slang. Comedy and pathos are blended perfectly in Dave Spencer's pertinent and engrossing production.
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