Reviews and Press

  1. What’s on Stage

  2. The Guardian

  3. The Times

  4. Three Weeks

  5. Exeunt Magazine

  • Amateur Girl


    ★★★★

    ...a very acute script...and a performance that is utterly convincing...tough stuff, but the skill of the piece is that you never for one moment doubt that this is happening to countless women all over the country


    Read full review on What’s on Stage

  • Amateur Girl


    ★★★★

    ...Observations of the dehumanising influence of the sex industry do not come much sharper...


    Read full review on The Guardian

  • Amateur Girl


    ★★★★

    ...Amateur Girl immediately engages our sympathies for the central character and never lets them go ... [it] is both entirely plausible and an indictment of the collusion between economics and exploitation...


    Read full review on The Times

  • Bones


    ★★★★★

    storytelling to perfection… shockingly realistic Left me agape in wide-eyed awe


    Read full review on Three Weeks

  • Bones


    ★★★★★

    Bones is utterly convincing in its portrayal of lives blighted by poverty and violence, by damage handed down like some kind of hellish inheritance, and in facing the ugliness head on, it challenges not only its audience but society as a whole.


    Read full review on Exeunt Magazine