‘Superbly inventive and beautifully adapted piece that grips the audience in a vice and refuses to let them escape’ Edinburgh Guide, Lindsay Corr **** ‘The bells toll in Sarah Llewellyn’s creeping, sensual score’ Metro Review Nadine Mcba **** ‘The Fall of Man is full […]

‘Superbly inventive and beautifully adapted piece that grips the audience in a vice and refuses to let them escape’
Edinburgh GuideLindsay Corr ****

‘The bells toll in Sarah Llewellyn’s creeping, sensual score’
Metro Review Nadine Mcba ****

‘The Fall of Man is full of beautifully detailed observations. A brooding intensity is prevalent throughout this tale of infidelity and lust’
The Scotsman, Sally Stott ****

‘A bed, three simple lights and Sarah Llewellyn’s insistent soundscape, the production creates an intense intimacy that implicates its audience; you feel slightly soiled watching it’
The GuardianLyn Gardner ***

Sarah Llewellyn’s plangent music underscores a neat production from director Jonathan Holloway
Reviews Gate,  Mark Courtice