Brighton Fringe 2012
Well paced, plenty of laughs
The roaring 1920s is the theme, parties parties and bright young things..
Hilarious and touching
Astral comedy with a laugh-aloud aura
"a simple story told with immense energy"
Gail Louw's powerful play examines the motivation of evil.
A visceral and intense drama of paranoia and distorted reality.
A beautifully British one-woman show.
A rare gem” indeed!
A fearless, funny and absurd theatrical experience.
Slightly bright and slightly breezy
Consistently hilarious, a worthy new episode
This adaptation scores a comedy hatrick
Honest, powerful and richly theatrical
" sweet, funny and at times sad"
Full-hearted and powerful journey into a fading star
Bottles full of potential
a well crafted adaptation
The simplicity, the economy of structure of the play, is stunning.
Three glimpses into what the future might have in store for gay people.
a spirited entertaining comedy with some lovely highlights, and pig-racing
Set sail and walk the plank into a ferocious sea of hilarious mischief and nautical shenanigans.
a bold, intelligent, skilfully acted production that shines a new light on these vintage Pinter shorts
Involving and well constructed
High octane solo show
‘A man who doesn’t know he’s in prison can’t escape‘.
Fine writing, a fine performer.
A delightful solo performance of an amusing family comedy.
Sharp, impressive writing,
A successful revival of a classic satire
There'll never be another central performance as good as this
"very fine theatre fare"
An intriguing look at romance with a difference
An impressive sophisticated French comedy, skilfully played.
An original, well acted and hilarious depiction of man's desperate attempts to get God's attention.
"entertaining and accessible "
An intense two-hander
a captivating crescendo
A highly entertaining comedy drama
If George Orwell had written stand-up comedy about Pavlovian conditioning, it would have sounded a lot like 'White Rabbit, Red Rabbit'.
A crisply delivered one-man two-hander
Engaging Churchillian romp!