Jo Clifford’s Every One looks set to be less filled with murderous intent than previous shows; although death is still a prominent feature. Joe, Mary, Kevin and Mazz are a ‘normal’ family, with nothing marking them out as particularly special.
However, in Clifford’s piece, a modern reimagining of medieval play Everyman, events take unpredictable turns and the family’s belief in what is real is challenged and tested.
With fourth wall-breaking direction and a plot which promises to be deeply moving yet ultimately life-affirming, Every One looks as though it could be one of the Lyceum’s most intriguing productions for some time.
Every One runs at the Lyceum from 19 March – 10 April. Further details, including tickets, are available on the Lyceum’s website.