5* review in The Herald
A great review in todays Herald. Sophie Kindreich says
"The themes will resonate regardless of your age, striking a chord with children experiencing the same thing, or evoking bitter memories for those whose past is tainted with childhood betrayal."
Another 5* review for Pondlife
Pondlife has had another 5* review - this time from Fest. Yasmin Sulaiman says
" no matter what age you are, it’s emotional, uplifting and completely unforgettable."
Read the full review here
Another review for Pondlife
Another lovely review for Pondlife in The Metro today calls the show an "enchanting coming of age tale" ****
A lovely review for the show in Broadway Baby
"This show is a masterpiece for children and adults alike." *****
Heather Doughty, Broadway Baby
More lovely reviews for Pondlife
"...children’s theatre to be enjoyed by all ages" (Full Review)
Anna Millar, The Arts Journal
"...this memorable emotionally charged piece...adds lustre to Catherine Wheels' reputation."(Full Review)
Brian G. Cooper, The Stage
"The very model of audience-capturing storytelling" ****
Gerald Berkowitz, Theatre Guide London
A lovely review of Pondlife in the Public Reviews.
"This is what theatre is all about, perfect performance, perfect direction and ultimately perfect storytelling." John Roberts, The Public Reviews
Read the full review here
Mikey and Addie
Mikey and Addie has just finished it's second week of rehearsals. It's very exciting and also quite daunting to work on. It is being produced by Macrobert and I am working with a brilliant team as you can see below:
Mikey - Michael Dylan
Addie - Sally Reid
Writer - Rob Evans
Designer - Shona Reppe
Lighting Designer - Fred Pommerehn
Composer - Danny Krass
Production Manager - Andrew Paul
Stage Manager - Sian Mitchell MacGregor
Another lovely review for Rudolf
Another great review for Rudolf
"...if this show hasn’t melted your heart you don’t have one."
Alan Chadwick, STV
You can read read the rest of it here
Caged has had three lovely reviews.
"a superbly clear-sighted two-hander that cuts to the chase " **** Mary Brennan, The Herald
"...a thrilling, gripping, moving performance...leaves you with the deep sense of satisfaction of an archetypal tale being vividly retold." (Full Review) Mark Fisher, Northings
"a fine balance between the sinister and the beautiful" **** Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman
Really starting to think a lot about Caged the new version of Beauty and the Beast that we will be creating next spring. It's a great story but there is so much in it that it's hard to know what to concentrate on. It will be a pared down version looking at the relationship between the Beast and Beauty.