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CRITICS OF "Alan Bennetts Talking Heads - Season 1"
Lancashire, who seemed born to do Talking Heads, superbly trod this murky ground, presenting as a woman who knew how wrong and deeply pathetic it was to lust after her son but who still hoped that he might reciprocate.
Filmed during lockdown with a fresh cast, they're as masterful, diamond-cut, powerful and painful as they ever were. Plus, Bennett has written two new ones, so that's joy unconfined for fun-loving people like us.
Perfect for revival as we negotiate the long, strange summer of Covid-19. But, be warned, in the first two episodes at least, the misery truly is of the high caffeine, black tea and burnt toast variety.