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Press and Reviews

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FringeBiscuit - Cooking the Vegan Salmon of Knowledge review 


6 October 2023

"Part-lecturer, part-Masterchef, performer James Ireland emanates warmth & wisdom as they weave tales that transport us to Ireland's forested mountains whilst sharing fascinating histories of the food we take for granted. The vibe is very cosy– imagine being beckoned closer to a campfire…

These are stories of both tragedy & hope– remembering the food sources that we have lost, and those that have adapted just to survive in the environment we humans have fundamentally altered. There’s a perfect balance of levity & poignance."

The Upcoming - My Lover Was a Salmon in the Climate Apocalypse Review 


3 March 2023

"My Lover was a Salmon in the Climate Apocalypse requires a submissive sinking into the absurd, and it packs a chaotic, informative punch. The show is joyous nonsense with an evocative undercurrent of truth." (124 of 211).jpg (10 of 211).jpg

All That Dazzles - My Lover Was a Salmon in the Climate Apocalypse Review


1 March 2023

"A genuinely hilarious, laugh-out-loud hour of entertainment spoilt only by the crushing realisation that we’re all going to die unless we stop farming salmon. At least, that’s part of the message, anyway.

In all seriousness My Lover Was a Salmon in the Climate Apocalypse is a triumph in storytelling delivered in a playful and bizarre way which will have its audience talking about it for days after they watch it. When it comes to climate awareness, that’s a tick. In terms of entertainment, it’s A*."

Everything Theatre - My Lover Was a Salmon in the Climate Apocalypse Review


12 August 2022

"Pitch-perfect gig theatre for our time, My Lover Was a Salmon in the Climate Apocalypse harmonises folk music, absurdism and mythology in a climate crisis cry for help."

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Everything Theatre - Definitely Maybe Actually Nevermind Review

2 April, 2022

"A warm, funny, and ultimately heart-breaking show exploring the problems with rom-coms through bold and exciting cabaret."

The Spy in the Stalls - Julius Caesar Review ⭐⭐⭐⭐

March 10, 2020

"The UnDisposables’ Julius Caesar is an ambitious and slick production."


British Theatre Guide - Julius Caesar Review

20 March, 2020

"[...] there is no denying the engaging, fluent delivery of the text. This is a very fine, clear and coherent production."

December 2, 2019

"Kate Bauer’s direction was fairly flawless. The creation of something so riotous, hilarious but hugely provocative and relatable is a feat worth congratulating."

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The Authentic Project - Queer Trilogy

by Caitlyn Daroy

March 22, 2019

"With wonderful direction from Kate Bauer, Crystal uses her unnaturally good lip syncing skills along with dance and audience interaction to help us to find our ‘bitch realness’."

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