The Devil’s Larder
Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman
Harrison’s astonishing command of the whole language of 21st-century theatre- text, music, movement, image and the breathing presence of the audience- never wavers.
Neil Cooper, The Herald
their best to date. . .magnificent ensemble turns. . .a scrumptious feast for every sense.
Mark Fisher, Scotland on Sunday
Harrison’s staging is continually inventive, employing puppets, masks, monologue, narration and dramatic exchanges. At the end of the show mere applause doesn’t seem enough.
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
Like all of Grid Iron’s work this is a total theatre experience. . .director Ben Harrison knows how to draw us in. He envelops us with music, he leads us up and down the stairs of our own desires. It is a clever show, opening cans of worms as well as offering tender sweetmeats. Go on, treat yourself.