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The Review's Hub on Ghost

Updated: Jun 7, 2020

"James takes Tony and Conor on a journey through Docklands old and new, giving a sense that criminality and suppressed violence are always lying beneath the surface both of the characters and their surroundings. Hamilton’s Conor reminds you of Marlon Brando, roaming the waterfront knowing that he could have been a contender (rather than a lawyer), but settling for a career as a janitor and venting his aggression towards a boxer who would surely obliterate him. The ghost that haunts Conor and holds him back is Tony." - Stephen Bates

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