Sivaloka / Donald Hutera

“Its an auspicious debut. Clad in the stylishly understated, pyjama-like costumes of Becs Andrews, Boonham’s contrasting double bill demonstrates how capably she applies an contemporary kinetic intelligence to her background in bharatanayam” Donald Hutera Read review in full

Momo / Der Bund

“The stage design of Becs Andrews (also costumes and lighting) convinces… A sense of unrest grips the city. Looming above are glistening cogwheels, and streams of digital numbers piercing the black sky like skyscrapers. The grey men, like smoke stacks, . . .

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Momo / SFD

“The ballet Momo at the Stadttheater Bern guarantees an entertaining evening for all ages. Michael Ende’s world-famous tale is realized by a great stage designer, a harmonious musical background, and a conventional dance choreography. “The various stage designs and props . . .

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The Hotel / The Scotsman

“Each of the many rooms is home to its own set piece or installation. For example, the kitchen hosts a silent comedy routine from a pair of squalid and violent chefs, the IT room allows an opportunity to browse the . . .

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The Hotel / Fringe Review

“The space itself has clearly been mapped out very well and the attention to detail from set designer Becs Andrews is second to none down to the pictures on the walls listing who is yet to stay in the hotel, ie Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley . . .

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The Hotel / The Guardian

“The production is directed by comedian Mark Watson, and it’s all very Fawlty Towers, only with a sharper, absurdist edge. The staircase is decorated with photos of celebrities – JFK, Sean Connery – who haven’t been guests at the hotel; . . .

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The Hotel / The List

“If Punchdrunk, the fashionable London site-specific theatre company, gave the job of artistic director to Arthur Smith, the comedic genius behind the Fringe’s Arturart exhibitions, the results would look a lot like The Hotel. Throw in a touch of Fawlty . . .

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The Hotel / The Independent

“Set to be one of the must-see happenings of this year’s Fringe, The Hotel is the brainchild of the comedian Mark Watson, a perennial over-achiever at Edinburgh who has previously performed 24-hour shows and written a novel over the course . . .

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