Did the play blow me away or suddenly shine a beacon of light on some revolutionary original meaning? No, it did not. However, I am not sure it is meant to; in fact, I think that anyone waiting for that is perhaps also waiting for Godot. ***
'Bridle' is an incredibly honest, relatable and thought provoking piece.****
Boyegas decline into madness is incredible to watch a true masterclass in acting. Both painful, disturbing and utterly captivating I cannot commend him enough for it.****
An inspirational reminder that you don't always need big budgets, elaborate sets and full orchestral scores to create a five star show, some times all you need is a tiny black box, a beautifully written story and an exceptionally talented cast.*****
It's big, its bold and it's bloody brilliant. *****
It's fabulously funny, loudly lavish and cleverly cutting ****
If you're a drinker I advise grabbing a few beers for the show, because it's thirsty work keeping up with a smashed Shakespearean ****
Junkyard is fun, rebellious, and unapologetically honest. An almost completely anti-musical musical and for that I love it. ****
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ An epic in all senses of the word, My Brilliant Friend is a compelling, often heartbreaking story which will draw you in from the moment you sit down.
'Vicious, vindictive and vitriolic, it's not an easy watch, but it is an exhilarating one'