The immediate vibe of jumping through time to the 1910s......
Cindy Marcolina (Broadway World)
Feels like a major discovery... Ferran: confirms her status as...
Michael Billington (The Guardian)
Ferran: one of our most beguiling and shape-shifting young...
Fiona Mountford (Evening Standard)
Up-close production releases all the pent-up emotion......
Claire Allfree (Metro, Telegraph)
Gloriously disruptive, completely distinctive... First-rate...
Susannah Clapp (The Observer)
A daring masterclass in puppetry... Focusing on the human angle...
Debbie Gilpin (Broadway World)
This vastly skilled team imbue every tiny, sensitive movement...
Holly Williams (What's On Stage, Time Out, Independent)
“Challenging... defiantly attempts to destabilises ideas about disability, sexuality and sensuality.”
“Technical wizardry... Witty touches... Pollen and Sturgeon play the hapless lovers with both emotional truth and period style.”
“Ferran and Needham... share an extraordinary rapport, conjuring up a world of repressed emotion.”
Summer and Smoke
“Beautiful and accessible... You’re engrossed, the music sharp in your head, every note and move significant, very human.”
Vivaldis The Four Seasons: A Reimagining
“The real joy is movement that suggests rather than states, opening up a space for the audience in the story... Catch it.”
Georges Marvellous Medicine
Summer and Smoke
The York Realist
Girl From the North Country
Long Days Journey Into Night
20th Century Boy
1. Carey Mulligan
2. Eleanor Duval
3. Carolyn Maitland
4. Jade Anouka
5. Sophie Reeves
1. Nicholas Hytner
2. Trevor Nunn
3. Rupert Goold
4. Jamie Lloyd
5. Lyndsey Turner
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