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Camden Fringe Audience Feedback: Bitter Water

Average Audience Rating: ★★★½

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Until 4th August at the Theatre Collection, Lord Stanley

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Marjorie Lovegrove, London – ★★★★

“An intriguing and atmospheric production from this charismatic young company. No time to let the mind have a little wander! It compelled one from the start. I must also comment on the excellent, original music. Well done to all!”

Jenny Hall, Harold Wood – ★★★★★
“I was very impressed with the high standard of this show. Excellent writing and performances based on a subject that makes you reflect on the meaning of love and the state of society today. I thought the music and lighting was fantastic and worked perfectly with the script and performances to create an eerie atmosphere. My friend and I were left slightly on edge at times wondering what was going to happen next! Well done”

Anil Jethva, Redbridge – ★★★★★

“A really eerie show and thought provoking. Top quality theatre.”
Anonymous – ★★★★
“Extremely good thought provoking piece. Writing., acting and directing all excellent. Well worth seeing.”
Tracey Green, Ilford – ★★★★★
“A very deep intensive play! I wished it was longer but it was great. It had an atmosphere around it that you see very occasionally. The cast were great and the sound design was so impacting. Well done to all involved!”
Anonymous – ★★★★★
“Creepy and atmospheric. A great example of original new theatre. Recommended”
Anonymous – ★★★★★
“A wonderful and thought provoking piece of new writing, coupled with Paul Linghorn’s strong directorial vision make this play a must see. The acting from Steve Fitzgerald and Louise Hart is intense and powerful, with moments that stay with you long after the final scene. The careful use of lighting and sound, including pieces that were specially composed for this play, add to the oppressive, tense atmosphere that builds throughout. A great piece of theatre.”

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