Reviews

Reviews for Blood Will Have Blood

“…this has real potential: the writing never tries to be Shakespearean but is beautiful in its own right, and the piece follows in a long tradition from Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead onwards that takes a minor character from Shakespeare and gives them their own story. It fashions something entirely new from something old, and for all its imperfections it feels fresh”
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

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“…a masterstroke at the finale.  Many immersive works try to catch you out, tempting you into an action your real-life self would abhor; Blood Will Have Blood does something cleverer.”
Fringe Guru

Reviews for Fire Burn: The Tragedy of Macbeth

“disorienting, nightmarish and incredibly compelling piece of theatre that will give you shivers as you leave the auditorium.”
Broadway Baby

Reviews for The Three Rings of Cirque Tsuki
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“ingeniously conjured… holds even the smallest children spellbound” (Birthday)
The Stage

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“subtle, ingenious, quietly satisfying and insidiously memorable” (Feast)
Scots Gay

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”intriguing ghosts story… where modern audience interaction and traditional storytelling meet” (Parade)
The Stage

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Reviews for Wyrd

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“ImmerCity are perfectionists.”
The Upcoming

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“The best immersive theatre I’ve seen in a very long time.”
Everything Theatre

“A fantastic production.”
Hi! Magazine

 

Reviews for Whistleblower
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”This is a show of great consequence, which illustrates brilliantly how important and thought-provoking art can be.”
Broadway Baby

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“…something really special.”
Three Weeks

“Do you believe it’s more important to have freedom of information than to maintain a country’s security at any cost? This is the question that forms the basis of Whistleblower and in light of the cases of Bradley Manning and Edward Snowden it’s a pertinent one that we should all consider.”
The Stage

Reviews for Crashed
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”…it had a surprisingly powerful effect on many members of the audience… a very stimulating and unique experience.”
One Stop Arts

Reviews of Follow the Rabbit
“Rather surreal, kind of psychedelic and a teensy bit spooky, I highly recommend checking this show out.”
tikichris

“You’ll need all your wits about you”
Londoneer

Reviews for A Midsummer Night’s Dream
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“Fast quick moving – stupendous – 50s song – the apocalypse – nuclear smoke and Oberon wearing a gas mask….A versatile, large and most talented cast of young Irish actors and singers puts this exaggerated, speeded-up version on stage with some flamboyance. ”
Three Weeks

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“Retains the original charm and magic, while injecting an entertaining modern twist “
Festival Journal

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“…as drama in performance – watched and experienced in the moment – it is irreverent, enjoyable, and strangely chic. Bursting with talented young actors performing at the top of their game…”
A Younger Theatre

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“an original, hour-long reimagining …wonderful to watch.”
Broadway Baby

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“Sizzlingly intriguing…”
Fringe Guru