The Hundred Years’ War, 2014 – 2015Photography by Graeme Braidwood
“A stunning performance – simply done, yet so atmospheric. I felt I’d experienced something very real: human emotion up close”.
“A great evening: sensitively produced, brilliantly acted and staged with an authentic simplicity that brings the poems to life without detracting from them as works of art in their own right”.
“Brilliant poetry, evocatively read and thoughtfully produced”.
Eric Gaskell, Rugby
“’The acting, visual and auditory sensory input was brilliant. Something for all the senses, appeals to non-poets”.
“Condensed. Essential. Straight to the core”.
Being Human, 2013
Photos by Graeme Braidwood.
“What a moving, powerful and beautiful show!”
Amanda Smyth, Leamington Spa
“Imaginative, convincing, engaging, a new way of presenting poems that really does work for all ages.”
Alastair McLachlan, Uppingham Theatre
“Being Human’ is a stunning show that not only tells us of the range of a human life in poetry: its joys and losses, its origin and ending but also brings poetry to glorious life as a performance. A moving, thought provoking, must see piece of theatre.”
Judith Allnatt, Northampton
“Being Human is a great piece of theatre with a big heart, and an even bigger mission, one that it seems to be succeeding in. I can’t recommend it more highly.”
Read more of Al Davison’s review here.
“…it was so good. Perfectly polished performances, wise choices in the work and elegantly done.”
Deborah Alma, Ludlow
“It is beautifully put together…”
Gregory Leadbetter, Birmingham (and read more in Greg’s blog)
“Great show. Don’t miss it! Great poetry. Great performances.”
Campbell Perry, Warwick
“I would highly recommend this play to anyone and commend the production for its impact and inspirational values that transcend poetry back to where it belongs – to ALL of us”.
Read all of Antony Owen‘s review of Being Human here.
Changing Lives, 2007
Being Alive, 2003