Brighton Fringe 2013
Alternative realities of Anton Chekhov
Both funny and moving - doesn't miss a trick.
"Definitely worth a look ... moments of genius."
Tour de force high-octane one woman show
Inventive, creative and atmospheric
Affecting and relevant
"Fast, witty and furious two-hander"
Sharp, witty and dark.
a one woman performance art – confessional – manifesto, that is a strange mix of autobiographical detail, feminist theory, advertising imagery, slap-stick and charmingly lo-fi home-made music.
Well worth double parking for.
Volcanoes change the planet - they can change your life, too.
A stunning portrayal of one woman’s search for her homeland using song, dance, poetry and stories.
A beautiful piece of work. Funny, gently shocking and charming.
A cleverly conceived and well-acted two-header.
Florence Leon astonishes
Straight talking and gory
Outstanding for all the right reasons
"convincing and engaging "
Disturbing, as all good visionary theatre should be.
Perfectly imperfect, truthful and inventive
The classic music drama written by Neil Bartlett and Nicolas Bloomfield
A psychological drama with a difference
Power comes at a price, but who is willing to pay it?
Very funny physical, verbal and mental romp though the Oyssey
A story of women and astronomy
"something strange and worthwhile"
"some very good acting, a few moments of gold"
Witty, smart discussion on science and religion.
The stage version of the film of the book.
Intense staging of a rarely-seen Joe Orton play
Pickwick brought to vibrant life
A one-man masterclass in tragi-comedy.
A physical, musical, family friendly version of Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Universal issues of love and loss inspired by The Seagull