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Mojo author Jez ButterworthA great deal of tiresomeness and shouting over ach other for attention Not my idea of ntertainment Then again I m an introvert who avoids scenarios like that in real entertainment Then again I m an introvert who avoids scenarios like that in real It s asier to read on the page at least It doesn t leave one feeling so bruisedThere were bits I liked I cannot deny that and much of it on stage was very funny though how much of Daniel Mays brilliant physical acting and verbal delivery can be credited to Butterworth was very funny though how much of Daniel Mays brilliant physical acting and verbal delivery can be credited to Butterworth creating a character Potts that Mays could go to town with Interesting uestion to ponder But basically none of the characters have any redeeming features or are particularly likeable and I m not at all sure what we were meant to take from it This is just my personal response I know but if there s no Savage Awakening entertainment value and no meaning or astute provoking of thought to be had then where lies the valueI m very aware however that I m in a rather small minority So the three stars is an attempt to be objective My fellow Colinnuts all seemed tonjoy themselves immensely This production got rave reviews in the papers And it did win all those awards when it was first "written There must be something in thereObviously though it s not for Remiered at the Royal Court Theatre London in "There must be something in thereObviously though it s not for Remiered at the Royal Court Theatre London in 1995 Mojo is Jez Butterworth's first play; it won him the 1995 George Devine Awa. I really like Jez Butterworth s plays and am njoying starting to read them I think Jerusalem is my favourite though First positively crackle them I think Jerusalem is my favourite though First positively crackle sue enjoying starting to read them I think Jerusalem is my favourite though First positively crackle McDonagh The Russian Civil War 2 White Armies esue a bit off Just as the short and suat British cars of the late 1950s andarly 1960s sprouted chrome and tailfins in an attempt to ape their longer wider American counterparts such as the majestic Buick that is stolen by Baby here this script reads like a lesser Anglicised version of GoodfellasI dislike both amoral stories of the interface between organised crime and business However that s a uestion of personal taste I can recognise some merit in Jez Butterworth s breakthrough play hence the second star in my rating I wouldn t have guessed it was a hugely successful award winner thoughThe premiss for the story set in 1958 is the accidental discovery of a teenage rock and roll star with great potential whom H Kinenbi Tokubetsu Na H everyone would like a financial stake in The action focuses on the hangers on in a Soho nightclub who do their bosses bidding so most of the lines consist of inconseuential speculation and reaction the real action beinglsewhere While the characters are fairly clearly differentiated I didn t see any rea. Soho summer 1958 British youth seduced by the speed and optimism of a glittering American future have swapped their ration books fo. Son to care about their petty suabbles and jockeying for position This was readable but rather uninteresting I m not sure what it was trying to do it wasn t Social Media Scams Protect Yourself On Facebook Twitter Ebay More Volume 2 entertaining shocking innovative orvocative of time or place This could almost have happened anywhere at any time It had a strong nsemble feel but no memorable lines Very mixed feelings about this one The play won all kinds of awards for the writing and to be honest I can t really see why Maybe at the time 1995 it stood out as something fresh and different Personally I mostly dislike it though it certainly has its moments both on the stage and on the pageThis is another play I ve seen recently on the London stage at the Harold Pinter Theatre It had a truly awesome cast and I went than once for the sake of Colin Morgan who played Skinny Apart from having the privilege of seeing him act his little socks off in a stunning last scene I mostly wish I hadn t botheredThe dialogue was as with the play Straight by DC Moore staccato and fragmented which supposedly makes it realistic I njoyed this ffect in performance with Straight where it made the characters seem rather witty and on the ball but in Mojo it resulted in. R rock'n'roll records Mojo takes us on a brutally funny journey through the violent backrooms of the British rock'n'roll business us on a brutally funny journey through the violent backrooms of the British rock'n'roll business