FringeReview UK 2019
An exceptionally interesting, exceptionally delivered programme
An outstanding debut.
With clarinet piano and soprano, a gloriously rich vocal recital
Heartwarming. It has the brash conviction of it origins, out and proud of it.
Beguiling and barnstorming in equal measure.
They deliver, in Costa Blanca spades.
A wonderful debut.
Could this be staged any more convincingly? Superb.
A flinty lesson, not to be missed.
A mesmerizingly first-class recital.
You’ll know the film. Despite the volume, you should know this.
A pianist of integrity and gritty lyricism
Another superb Collins recital
Another absorbing Collins recital
Great debut and homecoming in one duo.
A pianist bristling with oblique lyricism – an ideal twentieth century interpreter.
Vertiginous, tricky and exhilarating
Vocally adventurous yet again, a joy to hear
A composer one delights in
Consummate and distinctive music-making with repertoire nearly forgotten.
An elegant case for this unique repertoire and its sovereign performers.
We need more concerts like this.
We’re very lucky to be here.
A searingly precise essay on the corruption of entitlement.
Both this recital and its repertoire remain special
A searing new talent.
You won’t hear anything like this, and you should, next time.
It’s imperative to see this production.
This cast’s exemplary dedication deserves watching for their sheer performative belief.
An exemplary, deeply satisfying recital.