Overall Peepshow is a thoroughly entertaining, often spectacular piece, just subversive enough and featuring a truly impressive cast of performers, who just leave you just enough time at the end to pick your jaw up off the floor on your way out.
Flesh & Bone is a delight to behold the entire way through with each scene a snapshot of the daily life of a community that deserves more credit than it gets. It soars as a fantastic ensemble piece that flows and expands the voice of a class group so often misrepresented.
Wilton’s Music hall is dressed beautifully by Eleanor Field with a minimalist, grey tone design and little set. This is The Faction’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, featuring an ensemble of seven actors playing all the parts.