Tom Holland captivates the public more than the critics in Romeo and Juliet

Tom Holland captivates the public more than the critics in Romeo and Juliet

On the other hand, Tim Bano of the Independent, external He went further and said that Holland’s performance “fails.”

“Holland enters, a camera follows him from backstage. He is tearful, moody, mumbling. He is a very sad boy in a tight white vest,” Bano wrote.

Images taken by cameras on stage and displayed on a large screen have become a hallmark of Lloyd’s productions, as has what Bano described as “industrial elegance”.

“Or it was fancy the first time Lloyd did it, but now it looks like a vent fetish.”

He added: “If it had ended in the interval, it would have been brilliant. Instead, it becomes a thing of diminishing returns…

“As for the ending, well, it’s a little disappointing. They die, but theatrically: headphones off, eyes closed, sitting at the front of the stage like gorillas taking a nap after a long shift at a warehouse rave” .