Adam Bruce

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Reviews (3)
On Stage Blog

for a previous production "Through a series of intense physical sequences, primarily made up of a theatrical dialogue spanning the intersection of mime and physical theatre...'The Nature of Forgetting' is nothing short of fast-paced, and its ensemble of performers must be commended for their relentless energy...Relentless as the cast may be in their output of energy, there’s physically nowhere left for them to go after the first twenty minutes of the piece." Full Review

A Younger Theatre

for a previous production "Credit must be given to Llewelyn-Williams for holding the narrative together and masterfully switching between characters...Despite the latter part of Alan’s story feeling a bit rushed, everything generally meshes together nicely...Where 'Little Houdini' shines the brightest, however, is in its beautifully tender moments...The pace is perfectly measured in these instances, and the audience is enveloped in tense silence as we enjoy every word of the narrative unfolding before us." Full Review

A Younger Theatre

for a previous production "There’s a wonderful host of classic Kneehigh-style characters, with an ensemble packed to the rafters with cross-dressing, energy and sheer commitment. I must commend the whole company for this – each performance is a gem in its own right...It’s full of comedy, occasional darkness and heartfelt poignancy. It’s a well-balanced, joyous night out that leaves you with a smile on your face, and reminds you of the power, authenticity and delight that underpins Kneehigh’s theatre." Full Review