Reviews

 

"I'm not sure acting is something for a grown man to be doing."

 

                                                                                            Steve McQueen

subVerse

 

The cast is terrific; even in a piece like Button Boy (by Benjamin Young) where the exact motivations of the characters are unclear because of the script, Michael Molino, Paul Jenkins, and Jethro Skinner tell a tight, well-honed story. Blindingly original twists on old ideas like cyborged human beings are enhanced with performances from Lara Agar-Stoby and Michael Molino.

                                                             - British Theatre Guide

 

This is a cracking piece of political theatre which is both hard hitting and thought provoking. This is political satire as it should be."

                                                      - Three Weeks

 

 

 

The Tempest

 

The performance of slave "Caliban" gripped audiances on Fulham Road this month. This Shakespearian wildman played by Michael Molino stole the show at last nights performance of The Tempest.

                                                    - Fulham Chronicle

 

 

When I was Wee...

 

The Characters in this twisted emotional drama are well drawn, refreshingly free of cliche and extremely well played. Michael Molino and Judi Wilton are rock solid as ineffectual Sean and his dour girlfriend Linda.

                                                                                                             - Whats On

 

Excellent! Michael Molino and Judi Wilton star in the stunning "When I was Wee..."

                                                                                      - Fulham Chronicle

 

The dialogue is consistantly sharp and the performers give it high comic value.

                                                                                     - Time Out

 

 

Between the 4th and the 5th

 

The acting is as energetic and committed as the writing.  Brian (Michael Molino) switches between utter terror and fearless aggression with great ease.

                                                                                          - Time Out

 

A production which is well worth seeing. The two actors throw themselves into the parts with what can only be called preccision and both are excellent on the eye and ear. The play was very well recieved and deservedly so.

                                                                                          - Wandsworth News

 

 

Iconaclasthesees (FO)

 

Played with tremendous power.

                                                  - The Stage

 

It is possible to lose oneself in the charms of Michael Molino's and Mark Jenkinson's performances.

                                               - Time Out

 

 

 

Who Wants to be the Disco King?

 

Refreshingly sharp, the excellent cast deliver this complicated dialogue with skill, precision and amazing energy.

                                              - The Scotsman

 

 

East

 

The cast perform with real vigour and there is an incredible sharp, penertrating stage dynamic.

                                                           - The Scotsman