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 Press and Reviews 

Rajesh and Naresh
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The Stage - 4****

"funny and charmingly performed with some big, heart-swelling emotional moments, including a tender coming-out scene"

"a heart-on-its-sleeve love story"

https://www.thestage.co.uk/long-reviews/edinburgh-fringe-digital-round-up-rajesh-and-naresh-two-fingers-up-afloat-and-more

 

Voice Mag - 5*****

"Rajesh and Naresh is a must-watch show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe that entertains and tugs at the heartstrings"

"Vasantha and Ramana both move between moments of vulnerability, to confidence and humorous playfulness, all while retaining the interest and investment of the viewer [...] worthy of praise throughout."

 https://www.voicemag.uk/index.php/review/9642/rajesh-and-naresh

 

The Student (Edinburgh)

"Vasantha is brilliant throughout. His comic timing is impeccable"

"the human element of the play is truly well crafted, and the heartfelt ending genuinely leaves you feeling happy and satisfied at how it all pans out"

"a wonderful little play [...] if you get the chance to see this show in person, do."

https://studentnewspaper.org/article/rajesh-and-naresh-review

Whalesong at the Greenhouse Theatre (presented by Patch Plays)
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"Patch Plays has provided a magical, atmospheric and incredibly insightful evening. It leaves you feeling everything, from joy to discomposure and gives you an insight into the taboo topic of meat and the environment."

 

- London Theatre Reviews

Mercury at The New Theatre, Dublin, 2016
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"There is a nice touch of magic in the air in this production"

 

- No More Workhorse

Lobster Emoji (short play)
as part of The Emoji Project at Camden Fringe Festival
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"a powerful statement about identity and how representation is controlled by elite groups of coders"

- Reviews Hub

"has something urgent, profound and timely to say"

- LouReviews

Show Me Your Wallets (work-in-progress)
at Smock Allies Scene + Heard, Dublin, 2020
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“The experience of sitting down and being part of the play, it was done so beautifully, you were part of the play, you had to be.

 

And that ending - there’s meditation, but there’s an intense sense of grief for the planet, there’s hope, there’s all these emotions that you as an audience are feeling, it’s incredible.”
 

- Pranav Darshan, Love & Citizenship Podcast, Episode#3 

(Timestamp 12:30-13:30)

Fireplay at The New Theatre, Dublin, 2015
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"The makings of a repressed masculine reality"

 

"Amidst the playful fraternal dialogue there are leaps into poetry [...] there are lines wherein Luke declares his brotherly love, beautifully measured by Gleeson, where a golden connection with the audience is truly felt." 

- Musings in Intermissions