The eponymous hero of the RSC’s The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes by Adriano Shaplin at Wilton’s Music Hall in London is bizarrely absent for large chunks of his own tragedy and when he appears he does little more than talk about himself - in the third person, of course.
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