Brilliantly evokes the atmosphere of a crumbling post-Blitz...
Broadway World (other reviewers)
Intense and twisted tale. The piece has a clear zing to it; the...
Alistair Wilkinson (Broadway World)
Articulate and economic new drama with a lethal sense of comic...
Paul Vale (The Stage)
Deeply absorbing and immediate... The sort of storytelling that...
Time Out (Other reviewers)
A show thematically concerned with ways of seeing, but its...
Claire Allfree (Metro, Telegraph)
Excellent live standup... It’s certainly enjoyable......
Brian Logan (Guardian)
May just be the most consistently funny show of his brilliant...
Dominic Maxwell (The Times)
“Engaging, if deeply unsettling, portrayal of racism in the American workplace. ”
“Not quite a hit, but still an entertaining if slightly manic evening.”
Much Ado About Nothing
“Busy, inventive staging that mostly works but misdirects some of the comedy.”
“A choppy and disjointed evening that never gets itself into a satisfactory rhythm.”
““Shake and bake” rather sums up this production, directed by Simon Dormandy, because he has stirred it all up a bit.”
“A lot of fun... All three actors need, and display, plenty of stagecraft to keep the farce credible.”
The Golden F**king Years
“Something miraculous happens. She finds her voice... She owns the music. She is magnificent.”
Finding My Voice
“Never edges towards surprising territory. Despite the strengths of Gould’s production... Doesn’t engage as deeply as it might.”
“A feast for the senses, with vocal acrobatics so sensational your ears will feel as if they are in heaven.”
Bat Out Of Hell
“One of those shows that has healing power... Lloyd’s dazzling production has you in its grip throughout.”
Caroline, or Change
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