For those who didn’t see Sunday In The Park With George, then all I can say is, please – if you can – try and find time to see the productions of this astonishing young company. Your life will not be the same again.
Emma Hatton makes every post a winner with an exciting performance of one of the greatest modern stage musical roles for women.
Despite the intensity of the piece, Brutal Cessation is peppered with a dark wit which, judging my Thomas’s other Fringe play, Dust, is a trademark of her writing.
Directed by Ita Morrissey, Pulled is a little uneven but offers plenty of broad laughs, lifted by two engaging performers.
Secret Life Of Humans is a wonderful piece of storytelling that is thought-provoking and often funny, directed with élan by its writer David Byrne with Kate Stanley and devised by the company.
When the stage is abuzz with all 14 of the cast, it fairly bristles with an often astonishingly high level of Fifties glamour, making it far and away the most spectacular production we have seen at this address in a long time
It’s a show with heart and soul, and a serious celebration of being who you are. We won’t be hearing the last of this queen of a musical.
Out of Love is an emotional rollercoaster, at times very funny, sometimes devastatingly moving. Intelligently written and flawlessly staged