REVIEWS

 

Shadows, 2019

01/

Broadway Baby ★★★★

'This thought provoking production by Want the Moon Theatre is a compelling exploration of connectedness'

02/

London City Nights ★★★★

'This purity of focus and narrative discipline is surprisingly rare on stage - making this a tight and effective show.'

03/

London Theatre 1 ★★★★

'it’s a clever, witty and intriguing script that paints a kind of stark landscape with warm bits.' 

04/

Culturefly ★★★★

'Allowing the audience room to think, this show would be a good way to start a day at the Edinburgh Fringe.'

05/

Theatre Weekly ★★★★

'Shadows is very cleverly written to open up a relationship and blur the line between fantasy and reality'

06/

Pocket Size Theatre ★★★★

'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'

07/

Theatre-news ★★★★

'It’s the hallmark of something that has more than what’s on the surface'

08/

The List

'Shadows is a competent two-hander that explores contemporary relationship anxiety '

09/

The Outlier

'The action on stage is kinetic and the use of space wise'

Other People's Teeth, 2018

01/

The Scotsman ★★★★

'It’s all thoroughly entertaining, and definitely not for the squeamish.'

02/

Broadway Baby ★★★★

'Other Peoples Teeth is a unique, visceral and violent vignette, exploring the emotional depths of brutality'

03/

Breaking the Fourth Wall ★★★★

"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."

04/

TrendFem ★★★★

'Here’s an intriguing production that builds up with tension and may make you jump, just a little bit.'

05/

London Pub Theatres

'A very young company producing this type of work is exciting'

06/

Velvet Box Office

"The real reason to go see this show is the actors – definitely a bunch to watch."

07/

Fringe Guru

'The characters face meaningful dilemmas, and the blackouts between scenes often lead into surprises when the lights come back on.'

08/

Culturefly

'A rapid fire tale of contract killing, awkward budding romance and an obsession with incisors.'

09/

The List

'Dan Sareen's play is an eccentric combination of romantic comedy and Tarantino-inspired thriller, a slightly surreal production'

10/

Ed Fringe Review

'A high-brow script brought to life by a talented cast, 'Other People's Teeth' is an intellectual dream'

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