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REVIEWS AND AWARD NOMINATIONS FOR OUR LONDON PRODUCTION

 

Nominated for the WhatsonStage "Best Off West End Production" Award


 
7 Off West End Award Nominations, including: Best Production, Best New Musical, Best Director, Best Musical Director, Best
Lighting Designer.


 
"Critics' Choice" - London Evening Standard - 2 weeks running.


 Time Out Recommended.         Don't Miss - The Pink Paper.


 
***** Sunday Telegraph      *****  Gay Times      **** Evening Standard  
 
 **** Fringe Report    **** What's On Stage      ****  Attitude Magazine.

 


'There is no production currently running in the capital that is more intelligent, atmospheric and haunting than this' - Sunday Telegraph
 
'Thrill Me is thrilling indeed !' Evening Standard
 
'Go Straight Out and buy tickets' Gay Times
 
'Soaring music… sophisticated performances… the music and content combine to thrilling effect' Time Out
 
'Sharp and witty, full of strong songs and clever twists' Whatsonstage.com
 
'Director Guy Retallack keeps the tension taut throughout on an atmospheric set beautifully swathed in smoke and Richard Williamson’s evocative lighting'  Attitude
 
'Performed with riveting intensity' Sunday Express
 
The songs have a blunt urgency and efficiency, at times a creepy beauty, too, without succumbing to melodrama or embarrassed sick-taste humour. Well worth a look.' Daily Telegraph

'Riveting performances [that] bring a thrilling, chilling urgency to each characters’ journey.'  The Stage

 
'Sung with beauty and clarity of diction not often heard today; every word rings out clear as a bell with duets so gorgeous.' British Theatre Guide
 
'Musically, the piece is beautiful, and both cast members are vocally strong enough to do justice to the powerful, angst-filled melodies which help to sustain or propel the tension of the story as required.' Broadway World 
 
'Compelling, beautiful, tragic and sinister all at the same time. Very highly recommended.' Fringe Report