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★★★★ “A powerful and hilarious new play by Lucy Bell gives voice to young dads” 

Clare Hand, Kentish Towner on PULLING OUT review here 

“It feels pitch perfect: beautifully written, sensitively performed and with a rip-roaring fast pace.”

Lee Morgan, The PRSD on PULLING OUT review here

★★★ “Eliot Salt plays Caitlin, a wrung-out young mother, as well as a collection of periphery characters. Her metamorphosis into the straight-talking matriarch encroaching on her son’s personal space is particularly captivating.”

Rosemary Waugh, The Stage review here




“Cunningly constructed and gloriously sung.”
Lyn Gardner, Guardian on SCORE review here

“Score is a wonderful show, one that realistically portrays drug users and ex-offenders as exactly like the rest of us – somewhere between stainless angels and evil, downtrodden monsters.”
★★★★ Exeunt review here

 “Lucy Bell’s tight script rarely veers off course. Laugh-out-loud lines sit unapologetically beside the frustration of witnessing these two young women trying to save each other, but never quite managing to be in the same place at the same time.”
★★★★ The Public Reviews review here

“A powerful theatrical hit.”
★★★★ FemaleArts review here



“Brilliant hard-hitting and realistic piece of theatre; incredibly powerful”

@TheStage festival round up. Friction a must see @TheatreFestND

“A fairytale bedtime story begins Friction, though the searing wall of sound which follows is an indicator that all is not well. But fairytales end with a happy ever after, right?” review here