Horses, Horses, Coming In In All Directions
Alison Freebairn, The Metro
a hilarious look at the banality of relationships erupting into a primal dance of unfettered eroticism and dark hunger. Horses, Horses is fun, sexy and manages to be cool without being self-conscious.
Fiona McCade, The Scotsman
This sort of show would normally be termed ‘promenade’ but Ben Harrison’s production does more than move the action from place to place. . .a rich and fabulous piece of theatre, combining dance, mime, poetry, storytelling and the sort of music that is a tone-poem in itself.
Hannah McGill, The List
Ben Harrison, one of the strongest young directing talents in Britain today, leads us through the labyrinthine spaces of the Arches for a night of close-up entertainment on the theme of love and loss. . .directed with generosity and vision by Ben Harrison. . .a dazzling variety of rooms and moods. . .an exuberant, uplifting romp.
Neil Cooper, The Herald
Preoccupied by sex, food and desire, Ben Harrison’s production has a stunning climax. . .a primal scream of love, lust and life.
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
Grid Iron is unsurpassed in its ability to create site specific work where there is a perfect marriage of site and subject.