1hour 45mins, no interval; as long as a football match. Like the one Belgium was playing in and therefore what was competing for more attention. My attention did not wander to the match too much. At the end I was applauding enthusiastically … as the metaphorical curtain, went up and the applause started; I managed to check the score and burst into applause.
I was also applauding for the performers. There was just 6 performers and they were all on for most of the hour and 45minutes or they must have been quickly changing between scenes. It was fast paced with the performers continually changing character, lots of dialogue therefore very impressive.
It was the type of plot where there is no chronological order and perhaps no theme? If you like everything to be neatly tied up and a theme then it is not for you. If you like randomness; Father Christmas, Japanese lady in kimono, decapitated chickens and good performances then go for it! You may even want to see it again. I would see it again but, not tomorrow; England playing or Friday because that is Belgium’s next match.