"The rejection of language, of narrative structures and of characters is a risk that I don’t think pays off" - Cameron Yule reviews MOSCOS.
"All in all, it's a resounding success" – George Broughton's take on DUCT's 'An Ideal Husband'.
"A perfect theatre event for the end of the term" – Roshan Jacob praises Fourth Wall Theatre's "exploration of human suffering" in 'Woyzeck'.
"An experimental risk which paid off" – Henry Jones gives his take on Fourth Wall's 'Woyzeck.'
Janina Arndt praises DUCT's 'An Ideal Husband' for having "a delightful range of ironic expressions on the one hand and desperately delivered lines of misery on the other."
"It is subversive, it is daring, it refuses to conform to official expectations. That alone is worth seeing." – Cameron Yule reviews Castle Theatre Company's production of 'Foxfinder'.
Feather Theatre Company’s adaption of the French play God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza, directed by Matt Wojcik and Xana Littlewood, was highly impressive for a first-night performance.