"Losing Light by Whoop 'n’ Wail sees four adults playing a game from their childhood that would appear to have rather heightened
emotional stakes that were never stated out right. This might have been my favourite of the three (plays)."

Everyday Theatre on Losing Light
"clever and original"
The Scotsman on eXclusion
"it shouts realism all over the place"
Southwark News on eXclusion
"The fact that it is almost impossible to choose a "winner" is a testament to the success of the drama, owing to strong performances
from a charismatic trio whose dynamic as a collective is powerful enough to tell the story without the aid of gimmicks."

The Scotsman on eXclusion
"(It) depicted the loneliness, the helplessness, the boredom and the ever-present atmosphere of danger that prison is.
Whoop ‘n’ Wail Theatre Company have done a lot of research into the subject of women in prison, it shouts realism all over the place.
eXclusion is very much designed to provoke thought and discussion, and it did."

Southwark News on eXclusion
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"A celebration of feminist theatre that explodes any notions that it’s predictable or restrictive.
Whoop ‘n’ Wail continue to challenge and delight”

James Waygood, GrumpyGayCritic on Represents...Desire
"In addition to passing the test, all of the shorts have been chosen for one reason - they're damn good plays.”
Carrie Armstrong, Huffington Post on Represents...Mayday
“a fresh and dynamic night of theatre”
Laura Peatman, The Play’s The Thing on Represents...The Launch
“a mix of fresh ideas”
Rita Suszek, The F Word on Represents...The Launch
"delivered with panache"
Damo Bullen on eXclusion
"the relationships that develop between the three characters are sweet and endearing"
The Public Reviews on eXclusion
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