Babylon Beyond Borders

***** "crucially relevant, raw, honest and poignant" The Upcoming

**** "Brimming with Life" The Stage

****.5 "An enormous and original success"  Theatre fullstop

Dennis of Penge

"This is the Bacchae Remade in gold, sinew, and yes, chicken fat." Exeunt Magazine

"This is something special, mixing compassion for its characters with a primal energy that simmers, then comes roaring into furious life." **** Time Out

"a mighty piece of poetic storytelling. By turns ribald and sublime, it’s a cri de coeur for compassion and community" **** the stage

DENNIS - Interviews, Articles & Twitter responses

How Not to Live in Suburbia

"unnerving honesty and fresh insight" **** The Times

"One of those pieces that you leave feeling genuinely moved" **** BroadwayWorld

"brimming with awkward situations and social commentary that are brutally and hilariously close to the bone" **** The Gizzle Review

"bold and unflinching" **** LondonTheatre1

"a compassionate witty performance demonstrating the human need for love” ***** thespyinthestalls

"an accomplished and compelling piece of theatre" **** Theatre Weekly

"A powerful, hilarious and honest testimony which comforts and confronts in unflinching and equal measure." Jackie Montague, Exeunt

"Witty, wry, tough, poetic and brilliant" **** The Upcoming

"Forthright, funny, affectionately raw,spunky ***** West End Wilma

"Witty and profound" **** Evening Standard.

"Subtle,sincere,riotously funny and endearingly raw" ***** Broadway Baby

"Witty, engaging satire...playful and inventive" Guardian picks of the Fringe

"Heartbreaking autobiographical performance" **** Festmag

"Frank, funny and compassionate"**** The Stage

"Funny, frank, frequently sweary" **** FringeGuru

"Strikingly honest and uplifting" **** ThreeWeeks

SUBURBIA - Interviews, Articles & Twitter responses

All's Well That Ends Well

"Blisteringly Good" **** The Stage


"humorous and heartbreaking" The New Welsh Review

"a dazzling display of unconventional storytelling" **** StageTalk

"a little like what might happen if you put Tim Burton, Philip Ridley, Tim Crouch and Chris Goode into a blender together with a thesaurus." **** Lane's List

"70 minutes of utter genius"

"Shiningly original narrative...moving and macarbre" **** The List

"A rich, wild and precise poetry that breathes a colossal and sometimes angry humanity... Magical and strange..." ****
Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman

"Untamed, brilliant writing... grotesquely beautiful, tragic and uplifting. A one woman rollercoaster ride" **** Fest

"Impressively original... hovers around the sublime" **** Broadway Baby

"A gorgeous contemporary fairytale and a must for both adults and children" ****
The Stage

"A captivating and superbly composed show, full of wonder and invention" **** A Younger Theatre

Raymondo – a tale of such vivid sensuality, musicality & heart. @LaSiddons makes a cape of much more than ok. Unforgettable.
Tim Crouch ‏on Twitter @timcrouch1964 Aug 20

Nutcracker and Mouse King

"Trippily candy bright" **** Exeunt

"One of the most enchanting nights I have ever spent in the theatre" **** What’s on Stage

"Gasps of fright, squeals of joy and rounds of laughter….The nutcracker as you’ve never seen it before!" **** A Younger Theatre

"Enchants children and leaves adults yearning for that lost childish sense of imagination that was able to take us into magical worlds instantly." **** Everything Theatre

"The storytelling is so evocative that the audience sits spellbound." **** The Telegraph

"Austerity is for arseholes" ** Matt Trueman, Time Out


"It is not often that you see a show that makes your heart go ping ping boom boom, but this is one." **** Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

"Not since Into the Woods has there been a theatrical fairy tale as dark and ingenious as this." **** Theatermania

"Wonderfully involving, witty and emotionally potent" **** Paul Taylor, Independent.

"This marvellously inventive show... Annie Siddons’ script is almost Shakespearian in its mix of the earthy and ethereal, the funny and the frightening” ***** Robert Hewison, Sunday Times

Metro ****

"You will never want to leave this show!" **** Standard

"Dark and Sublimely Sweet" ***** Time Out Critics’ Choice

"Just go. And take some children. If none are available, go anyway." **** The Times



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