'Beguiling, thought-provoking and, of course, tasty experience.'
'Whilst on paper, this probably all sounds... well, a bit cheesy, The Guild of Cheesemakers proved to be an effective and engaging combination of foody indulgence and Victorian-style moral fabling, a sort of multisensory cabaret with a pleasingly chewy pay-off.'
'From washing your hands with warm lavender water before entering, to the candle lit room, accompanied by beautiful and sombre live cello music, it felt as if we were part of a secret society.
But don't be fooled into thinking this is just a cheese tasting... haunting music, leads us, as the story unfolds within the confides of our guild meeting (with the help of more wine and cheese of course), to have to make a decision which could alter the fate of the human race.'
Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
'The cheese is just a vessel for a bigger question.'