A New Play by Andrew Olins
"Olins is good at the legal jargon, of course, and his characters speak with a fluid, educated lucidity... David Burt stands out as Kit, a sort of Gordon Gecko reincarnate; and Daniel Gosling is excellent as Harry, visibly aging and bowing under the weight of life as the play goes on... Nicola Eve Dobrowolski's spacey, non-naturalistic design is nice, Benet Catty's direction keeps the action moving along and tries to conjure in the small New End space the whirl of London and the sense of lives crossing one another."
British Theatre Guide
"wears its heart on its sleeve and contains credible relationships and dialogue...imaginative staging and ingenious lighting... blessed with a uniformly strong cast."
Camden New Journal
"Andrew Olins' thoughtful exploration of the divergence between law and justice... Nicola Eve Dobrowolski's set is striking and fluid and director Benet Catty's imaginative scene changes convey the atmosphere of a courtroom."
Ham & High
"Very imaginative staging and creative lighting... Benet Catty's direction is confident and makes great use of the space including slick choreographed scene changes which effectively punctuate the action... The cast is uniformly strong... Heartfelt performances."
Fringe Review * * * *
"Olins pacey dialogue... Director Benet Catty does an excellent job in adding texture... David Burt and Jennifer Matter reveal the human face beneath their characters' well groomed facades."