‘It makes for a fantastically volatile production, which leaves one glued to the actors’ eyes, desperate for clues as to who will turn, and in what direction, next’. **** Miriam Gillinson, Time Out – full review ‘The well-spoken production moves swiftly […]

‘It makes for a fantastically volatile production, which leaves one glued to the actors’ eyes, desperate for clues as to who will turn, and in what direction, next’.
**** Miriam Gillinson, Time Out – full review

‘The well-spoken production moves swiftly onward revealing its characters’ Byzantine scheming, scenes sometimes separated by Sarah Lewellyn’s cacophonous music and sound that stridently sustain its momentum’
**** Howard Loxton, The British Theatre Guide – Full review

Sian Thomas‘ Agrippina is fabulously venomous and deceitful, her commanding posture saying it all.
Matthew Needham‘s Nero is similarly gripping – vicious and childlike all in one, his psyche impossible to penetrate.’
**** Miriam ZendleWhats On Stage – Full review

‘Once shunned by the British theatre, Racine is edging back into fashion. It is well worth the detour to London’s East End to catch Irina Brown’s modern-dress revival of this austere 1669 masterpiece. . .’
****Michael BillingtonGuardian – Full review