The first reviews are in for The Fall by James Fritz, running at Southwark Playhouse until 19 May and it'd a big thumbs up so far.
★★★★ Guardian "It is youth theatre at its most mature, and most dazzling."
★★★★ WhatsOnStage " a cast fizzing with energy deliver a stinging, sharp-witted show"
★★★★ Reviews Hub "Energetically directed by Matt Harrison...an imaginative conversation about the problems of an ageing society"
★★★★ The Upcoming “funny, distressing and thought-provoking, but…also hopeful.”
★★★★ Love London Love Culture "James Fritz’s powerfully emotional play is brought vividly to life by the talent of the NYT"
★★★★ The Upper Circle “heart-warming and -breaking at the same time”
★★★★ Updated Arts “A very sensitive piece of drama presented by top class talent”
★★★★ The Underdog Reviews “it is impressive to see each of them truly appreciate what it would be like to be older”
★★★★★ Broadway World "the company's spirit glows as they showcase their attentive and compassionate work and shine a light on a marginalised group."
★★★★★ Plays to See “All ten actors are astonishing”
★★★★★ Nick Lambert Time Out Tastemaker " innovative, interesting and entertaining”
Exeunt "incredibly compelling...Matt Harrison’s direction brings loads of energy, wit and drama to the story."
The View from the Circle - "by far the best thing I've yet seen the NYT do - a strong, complex play with a kick ass cast"