7 September 2018 – 20 October 2018

by Jo Clifford

Press and audience reaction

“Shot through with playful contemporary references” Miriam Gillinson, The Guardian

“It’s funny, its spirit warm... such a charming comedy that has masculinity, power structures, and the toxicity of war in its crosshairs. I loved its spirit, its absurdism, its blend of history and the modern.” Victoria Sadler

"Deliciously designed by Jess Curtis, stealing swagger from both the ruffled 17th and punkish 20th centuries, as notes from a mandolin hover sweetly in the air." David Jays, The Sunday Times 

“The direction is smart and snappy, and the cast equally so” LondonTheatre1

“It’s almost unimaginable that we’ve waited so long for a revival of this witty, fast-paced piece.” Last Minute Theatre Tickets

“Magical, touching and profound piece of theatre, wonderfully staged and superbly acted, go see it!” Oliver Bennett

 “What a spectacular show: you can't miss out on it! Congratulations to the amazing cast, what a dynamic Ensemble!” Georgie Fox

“Fascinating and full of magic... leaves you uplifted.”  Vera Christiansen

“Very funny. Set in the Spanish Golden Age but could easily be describing the current political situation… It’s superbly acted and brilliantly directed by the gem that is Paul Miller.” Sarah Tippett

“A proper treat tonight. Awesome awesome writing.” Ethan Taylor

“Really enjoyed the scarily modern Losing Venice. Can’t stop thinking about it.” Danyah Miller

“Awoke to the magic, sensuality and mischief of Losing Venice “Do not underestimate the power of words” from last night” Nazli Tabatabai-Khatambakhsh‏

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