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Some recent reviews of our publications,
"It's all great fun — as, one imagines, Reed was himself (when not recovering from what must have been appalling hangovers). But there's also a poignant seam of self-awareness running throughout." The Daily Telegraph on OLIVER REED: WILD THING
"High tension...informative and sensitive...With exemplary acting (...), set design, lighting and sound, this is the kind of production that makes the lovely Tristan Bates Theatre a safe bet for a great night out." The Stage on LEAN
"Real class -don't miss it"
* * * * The Times on COALITION
"An absolute gem... guaranteed to make you shake with laughter"
* * * * * Sunday Express on COALITION
"A witty collision of characters in a sugar-spun comedy" Charles Spencer, The Daily Telegraph on MAKING DICKIE HAPPY
"Kingston's imagination has run wild and witty in his brooding comedy of love and misunderstanding" Nicholas de Jongh, The Evening Standard on MAKING DICKIE HAPPY
"Bones will have the senses reeling, emotions struck numb." The Stage on BONES
**** The Telegraph on Obama The Mamba
"Simply Terrific." **** The Times on Release
"Icon Theatre's political play about ex-offenders is fringe theatre at its best." The New Statesman on Release.
"Full marks to Osborne" The Stage on Jimmy Osborne and MEAT
"A very interesting read, with some squeamish moments that will thoroughly delight all of those Ripper buffs out there." Dean Jacobs on Without A Trace
"A writer who knows what he's doing." Lynn Gardener, The Guardian, on Nick Lane
"...revelations that have you shifting your prejudices in the manner of Oleanna or Blackbird." York Press on Housebound
"Blissfully funny" Daily Telegraph on My Favourite Summer
"pitch-perfect... subtly evocative" British Theatre Guide on Missing
Norris's "slow burning script is confidently laid back." The Stage on Missing
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