A knowing, thoughtful piece that will delight comedy buffs and...
Bruce Dessau (Evening Standard)
Mordant, subversive verse that burrows into you from all...
Andrzej Lukowski (Time Out)
Expectations gloriously fulfilled in this chaotic, crazy...
Gary Naylor (Broadway World)
Keeps you alert, but remains ungraspable – a headswim of a...
Matt Trueman (What's On Stage, Time Out)
Youthful energy and intensity set the pace in this 1960s update.
The Stage (Other reviewers)
“The cast are acutely in tune with one another's sensibilities and collaboratively create a real sense of authenticity.”
The Gronholm Method
“Tricksy hybrid of comedy and thriller... Vivid performances can’t mask the schematic nature of Galceran’s writing.”
“A curious show that celebrates Spike but never quite gets to the heart of the man.”
A Sockful of Custard
“Youthful energy and intensity set the pace in this 1960s update.”
“The fizzy air of a sitcom... There’s a satisfying chemistry between the performers... Feels superficial..”
“A trite comedy... Brand’s text has moments of real wit and spark... Dobson making a persuasively tart parent.”
“Gordon’s debut play buzzes with comic energy and boasts moments of affecting intensity.”
“Deconstruction run rampant.”
“Skilfully directed debut play about family life and the rituals of mourning.”
“Mostly plain weird and not particularly wonderful. ”
One Green Bottle
Dont Worry Theyre Here
Effigies of Wickedness
For King and Country
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