"Definitely not your bog-standard musical" – Tom Penman's take on 'I Love You Because'.
"A production that leaves the audience singing and moving with considerably more bounce and rhythm in their step than when they came in."
"It is not the slickest, most professional thing you will ever see, but when was Shakespeare’s comedy ever meant that?" Henry Jones reviews First Theatre Company's production of 'As You Like It.'
"A production that I sometimes forgot was student theatre" – Luke Blackstock reviews 'Yen'.
"This production took us back into the world that Shakespeare created. Even before the play had started, the pinkish-orange light and the playful fiddle music that filled the room was perfectly chosen to capture the air of times gone by."
"Every so often spacing and choreography weren’t as set as they could’ve been, but this was probably a first-night issue, and the 30-person-strong ensemble did well with both the bustling cockney dances and more poised upper-class routines they...
"Puns Intended may not be a perfect play, but for its comedic value, brevity, and metatextuality, it deserves the short amount of time that it demands. At the very least, when else do you see Shakespeare, Tolkien, and Austen come together?"