Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
a tingling combination of physical theatre, music and ravishing images- a place to glimpse heavens as well as hell.
Charles Spencer, The Daily Telegraph
the show is one of the most beguiling, atmospheric and touching I have ever seen in Edinburgh. . .a glorious celebration of life and human appetite.
Susannah Clapp, The Observer
visually inventive, verbally explosive. . .the episodes of Gargantua form an arc, one which rises from bleakness towards lusciousness and which finally sinks into wistfulness. . .it is urgent, inventive and expansive.
Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman
exquisitely staged in a descending series of magical tunnels and caverns. . .a show that is not only rude and exuberant, but also astonishingly beautiful.
Nick Curtis, Evening Standard
lip-smackingly, gob-smackingly original feast of delights. Gargantua is the big hit.