"Overall, Punk was fun. It was light-hearted when it needed to be, and at other points rich and profound."
“Bursts of love, hate, and everything in between”: A Review of ‘Love and Money’
"Everything was brilliantly executed, but this play is hard to watch, not only because of its subject-matter but also because of the way it unfolds."
Deuteronomy Review: Breath-taking, Heart-stopping, Terrifying
"I will be back tomorrow, and the day after; because if I never see Deuteronomy again it will be the tragedy of my life."
"Jones’ performance was a joy to watch, and under Aspden’s expert direction they have a highly successful show on their hands."
Review: Play House and Definitely the Bahamas
"The problem of changing from one play to the other, without an interval or blackout, was one Lawrence dealt with very competently"
‘Thamesis’ Interview: “The most refreshing thing you’ll see in Oxford drama.”
"I've never seen or heard anything like it."
A list of brilliant things about ‘Every Brilliant Thing’
"This performance... is likely to have made a lasting impression on every single person who has watched it."
Review: Entertaining Mr Sloane
"Brook’s production moved between playing the world for laughs and playing it real enough that the audience was left with lingering unease."
Review: Black Blood
"The most interesting elements of the play are the characters themselves, and their relationships outside the murder plot."
Review: I Will Delete This Story
"I found that I Will Delete This Story left me wishing that the titular promise had already been fulfilled."
“A fantastic story of love and liberation”: An interview with the cast and director of ‘An American In Paris’
"It’s been a process of figuring out how we can tease out those themes of love and liberation."
Dead Man’s Suitcase: A Review
"At once funny and profound, Dead Man’s Suitcase is a treat for the senses."
“A thrilling look into disjunctive relationships”: Fêtid Review
"Morgan’s multi-faceted script offers a combination of dark comedy and depth which keeps the audience consistently intrigued."