Royal Holloway MBAs were confronted by four ladies having a chat in the back garden at a contemporary Royal Court stage production. The original Caryl Churchill play 'Escaped Alone' offered intermittent insights into life after floods killed almost everyone on earth, using a very British cultural delivery style.
Rather surprisingly the play was only 50 minutes long and skipped the lucrative drinks and often expensive ice cream sales bonanza intermission.
Professor Chris Smith attended with MBA administrator Michelle Casey, who found the production to be though provoking with a few lighter laugh out loud moments.
Happy to chalk up yet another cultural experience on their International Management MBA programme, students were greatly impressed by the historic and intimate venue and found the play interesting.
If that is not too much of an English euphemism ?