See it if you like a love story told from various ages and points of view.This show is touching and meaningful.
Don't see it if you are a homophobe.Watching these men fall in love and stay in love is incredibly moving.Staging/casting is excellent.
See it if You like a slow-paced love story
Don't see it if you want something that really holds your attention
See it if You like a rich, nostalgic look at gay life. Well acted with a focus on voice and evocative language.
Don't see it if Static staging and unenrnful and interior facing drama. Requires a focussed and attentive audience.
See it if You revel in language and are open to a gentle but deeply poigniant queer story
Don't see it if You are looking for action - this is a wordy chamber piece
"It’s purposefully static and lacking in atmosphere, almost certainly to avoid any whiff of sentimentality in a dramatic territory that’s ripe for that particular taking... 'Something in the Air' has an ambition and purpose that, you can’t help but feel, puts many a younger playwright to shame."
"Gill is a fine writer who has made a significant contribution to the modern British stage. But here, it feels his message, however poignant, has been drowned out by the sheer weight of words."
"At its heart, 'Something In The Air' is a love letter to London, life and love itself...While it may not be completely perfect, it is still a highly enjoyable show and one that left me wanting more."
"Shining a light on experiences, feelings and desires embedded in queer history, while underlining the value of companionship of any kind."
" 'Candida" can be a bit of a slog to sit through, even at only 100 minutes. This production might best have kept its cockney accents intact and trusted this same talented cast to land the jokes on British soil."
"Gill and Alice Hamilton co-direct... six fine actors perform an exquisite chamber symphony. Barely moving, they trace an intricate weave of dialogue around dense pools of recall."