'This thought provoking production by Want the Moon Theatre is a compelling exploration of connectedness'
'This purity of focus and narrative discipline is surprisingly rare on stage - making this a tight and effective show.'
'it’s a clever, witty and intriguing script that paints a kind of stark landscape with warm bits.'
'Allowing the audience room to think, this show would be a good way to start a day at the Edinburgh Fringe.'
'Shadows is very cleverly written to open up a relationship and blur the line between fantasy and reality'
'It is relatable, and the pace is so quick that you sometimes don’t get to really breathe, but it keeps the audience leaning forward'
'It’s the hallmark of something that has more than what’s on the surface'
'Shadows is a competent two-hander that explores contemporary relationship anxiety '
'The action on stage is kinetic and the use of space wise'
'It’s all thoroughly entertaining, and definitely not for the squeamish.'
'Other Peoples Teeth is a unique, visceral and violent vignette, exploring the emotional depths of brutality'
"As a black, ‘romantic’ comedy, Other People’s Teeth wears its influences on its sleeve, drawing in threads from Grosse Point Blank, In Bruges, True Romance, The Long Kiss Goodnight and numerous other sources."
'Here’s an intriguing production that builds up with tension and may make you jump, just a little bit.'
'A very young company producing this type of work is exciting'
"The real reason to go see this show is the actors – definitely a bunch to watch."
'The characters face meaningful dilemmas, and the blackouts between scenes often lead into surprises when the lights come back on.'
'A rapid fire tale of contract killing, awkward budding romance and an obsession with incisors.'
'Dan Sareen's play is an eccentric combination of romantic comedy and Tarantino-inspired thriller, a slightly surreal production'
'A high-brow script brought to life by a talented cast, 'Other People's Teeth' is an intellectual dream'