Ben Hewis: "Brittain and Floyd Jones' enrapturing musical refuses to gloss over the gut-wrenching destruction of Sally's all-encompassing sadness, nor does it ever let its audience get bogged down with it."
Matt Trueman: "The Bearpit is brilliantly (and unusually) co-written. McQuillan and Marston combine a whiplash cruelty with a crafty sense of humour, and their text rattles off like a runaway train, then slams into plainspoken, heartfelt simplicity."
Daisy Bowie-Sell: "For many, the things touched on in Believers will be a revelation. Much of it feels vital to understand in a world where the internet is fast becoming the most powerful thing on the planet."
Matt Trueman: " Half an hour in, Cirkopolis settles into a parade of circus skills. It's as if it forgets its sense of purpose, dropping Lang's shadowy world for the bright lights of a television talent show."
Holly Williams: "There's lots to enjoy in this slippery story: even fuelled by rage at the inequality of our world, Dale-Jones is a hugely warm and appealing figure, and an hour listening to him spin a yarn is time (and, yes, money) well spent"
Matt Trueman: "Meet Me at Dawn does sometimes feel meandering, even wilfully oblique in keeping its cards close to its chest, but even so, Orla O'Loughlin's eloquent and elegiac production is exquisitely performed"
Matt Trueman: "For all it subverts and sidesteps expectations, it struggles to stop your breath as the best circus can... Some of its arguments feel fairly routine, but when it finds its own footing No Show finds its voice as well"
Holly Williams: "The audience interaction too often feels like a disjointed distraction rather than part of a cohesive whole – these sections are fun, and well executed, but don't have much resonance with a story that just feels too insubstantial."