The Guardian, Lyn Gardner
"the production puts the brutality back into Shakespeare's comedy, creating a sense of the urgency of love in time of conflict and making a far stronger motive for Don John's attempts to persuade his brother and Claudio that the latter's beloved, Hero, is unfaithful. Here, Beatrice and Benedick are snipers at each other's hearts."
BBC Radio, June Atkins
"Red Shift Theatre Company slap a time warp straight between the eyes. A steady flow of molten metal mixes the centuries A singing, dancing masquerade of genius where even the Bard himself would have been quietly charmed! Extremely inventive superbly adapted and I loved it, believe me you would be hard pushed not to. Red Shift Theatre Company proved they can master a very fine line and I do believe it's called genius"