People who like this play describe it as
Good characters, Original, Underrated, Influential, Well written, Controversial, Dark, A social commentary, Thoughtful and Quotable.
People who like this play tend to think it's about
Prejudice, Justice, Relationships and Personality Psychology.
People who like this play tend to also enjoy other plays such as Julius Caesar, King Lear, Hedda Gabler, Measure For Measure, Major Barbara, She Stoops to Conquer, Richard III, Three Sisters, Henry VI Part I and All's Well That Ends Well.
People who like this play are more likely than most to think of themselves as Sincere, Considerate, Helpful, A leader and Competent. Their general interests are more likely to include Business and Finance, International News, Rugby Union, Art and Books.
This play is particularly popular among readers of The Daily Telegraph.
People who like this play say their favourite writers are: Antonio Carluccio, Arnold Bennett, James Follett, William Shakespeare, Bill Bryson, Meera Syal, Isaac Asimov and Ian Rankin. Aside from plays, books they are more likely to enjoy include Notes From a Big Country, The Origin of Species, King James Version of the Bible, The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes, Notes from a Small Island, The Republic, Untold Stories, The Moon's a Balloon, Northanger Abbey and The Diaries of Samuel Pepys.