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Tonseisha – The Man Who Abandoned the World

The Times’ Critics Choice – Grimeborn Opera Festival, 31 Aug & 1 Sep 2012

“spellbinding theatre with music acting as an emotionally-charged commentary” – Opera Britannia

“the mix of sound and poetry is evocative” –  Exeunt

4* from Plays To See

Dinefwr Festival 2012, audience feedback:

“genuinely moving” – Martin Carr (of The Boo Radleys)

The Fever, by Wallace Shawn

Outstanding Show – Brighton Fringe, May 2011

“This is a bold and inspired production of an astonishing play. The contemporary relevance and urgency of its themes is undeniable and I can’t imagine that any member of the full audience I attended went away unchanged or unaffected by it. If there’s a chance to see it again, it’s definitely a piece that must be experienced.” – 5 stars, Fringe Review

People Show Studios, Dec 2010 version, audience feedback:

“I just wanted to say how much I enjoyed the performance last night – really wonderful…I came to the play on a whim, after seeing the advert in Arts News, and am really glad I did. I left the performance on buzz, and will thinking about the subject of the text for many days I’m sure. I found the whole experience very powerful”

“Congratulations on a fabulous reading of an incredible script”

“We found the piece very thought provoking – the performance carries on in your head for a considerable time afterwards”


The Death of Tintagel, by Peter Morris (World Premiere)

Oct-Nov 2010 – People Show Studios, London

Time Out Best of Fringe

Morris, Sivalingam and their cast have done theatre a service…inventive staging of a sparky adaptation” – Times Literary Supplement