Stewart Pringle

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Reviews (3)
The Stage (UK)

for a previous production "Carl is an energetic performer who bears a good deal more than a passing resemblance to Busey in his prime but it is a big ask to watch him rattle through the entire plot of 'Hamlet' with the volume cranked to 11 and the point nowhere to be seen...There are a few good lines, and an awesome sequence in which Carl fights with himself with the aid of a self-shot video projection, but this is largely just frat-boy fluff. A single, almost-decent joke stretched out beyond its capabilities." Full Review

Time Out London

for a previous production "Tautly directed against a sickening, flyblown design, ‘Cuddles’ is a smart and gruesome gothic tale that reveals Wilde as a writer with a great deal of confidence and nerve...This is a full-blooded drama with ferocious bite." Full Review

Exeunt Magazine

for a previous production "Devised with great inventiveness, performed with constant dynamism and argued with a ruthless integrity, 'Trash Cuisine’s' few flaws are easily forgiven. It’s a stomach turning indictment of capital punishment that seems to make the eyes of God burn fiercer on the world." Full Review