'witty, invigorating and inventive… Ruth Gemmell, Scarlett Brookes, Mimi Ndiweni and Julie Legrand are outstanding'
Guardian - read the full review

'The dynamic Erica Whyman is doing great things for the RSC…worthwhile mischief all round'
Evening Standard - read the full review

'A continual delight is the chance to see a six-strong ensemble undertake a range of roles…the real find is versatile newcomer Mimi Ndiweni who excels'
Evening Standard

'Alice Birch's play is a delicious thing…the production has spirit and energy in abundance'
Stage - read the full review

'Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again is dazzling in its provocative daring, acting like a cluster-bomb of subversion'
Telegraph - read the full review

'Beautifully performed and smartly directed by Erica Whyman'
Telegraph on Programme A

'E.V. Crowe puts a poignant feminist and supernatural twist on a family drama'

'The cast is marvellously versatile…the acting is committed throughout'

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