Herein lies the beauty of this piece – one minute you’re laughing, the next you’re wondering, next you’re tapping your feet to Matthew Reeve’s sparse yet inspired musical score. I’ve reviewed a Lisa May/Bruiser play before, but the past is the past and if you’re only as good as your current show, May, the Lyric, Bruiser and all the team behind and in front of this fab production are simply flying. Three curtain calls leave hands blistering at the last clap of the palm, a great play. Go see.
Conor O’Neill, 31 March 2016, CultureHUB Magazine