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LARP – Younger Theatre. 

"Berri George is something special; don’t let her pass you by."  


LARP – 5 out of 5 stars ✭✭✭✭✭ - Public Reviews

"An hour-long tour de force of writing and acting, LARP is a show to remember."    

LARP  –  4 stars out of 5 ✭✭✭✭☆- Views from the Gods 

"The way that George slips between different strong regional accents is almost like watching an acting showreel, with George effortlessly showing us everything she can do....George's talent as a playwright and actor are clear."


MAD WOMAN –  4 stars out of 5 ✭✭✭✭☆ A Younger Theatre 

 "Not only does it explore fascinating people and ideas, but it tells their stories in unconventional ways that have been replaying in my head since I saw it."

MAD WOMEN    4 stars out of 5   ✭✭✭✭☆ - Backstage Pass 

"Complex, creative and challenging"


FOOTPATH –  Public Reviews

 "...this tale of a chance meeting in a cabbage field turns into an examination of lost love, lost dreams and the desire to escape. There’s a feeling here that the piece could easily be expanded into a longer piece and that we are only scratching the surface of the story."
– One Stop Arts

"All Hidden is … strong new work that makes for a particularly interesting night at the theatre. Spring boarding from an exciting true story from recent history makes the production have contemporary relevance and educational benefits. This is an elegant, well-researched work that will appeal to historians and Homeland fans alike." 


That Been There - London That "...Enjoyed [ALL HIDDEN] a lot and liked what had been developed with the stories and I think others would as well. In fact ….it’s the kind of play that would do well onstage at The Royal Court." 


WHORE - Londoneer

‘In my view Whore represents a masterful piece of playwriting. At times it was provocative but throughout there was a sense of deep discomfort at what was being revealed – it left me feeling very troubled. Whore features excellent performances from the four female leads portraying these women who, against all the odds, had taken control of their own lives.' 

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