It is Easy to be Dead
Role Charles Sorley
…the chief burden falls on Alexander Knox, who captures the young poet’s campaigning zeal and quicksilver intelligence in a way that left me much moved.
The narrative weaves through their process of reading and discovering [Sorley’s] work,
while Charlie comes to life through the excellent Alexander Knox. He acts out the letters and
speaks Sorley’s poetry with a mix of endearing naivety, idealism and vibrancy.
Alexander Knox is stunning as Sorley.Dominic Maxwell