'Neck depicts a former left-wing activist and an ex-public schoolboy who, for reasons unexplained, have been imprisoned together by the authorities of an unarmed state. Freedom is offered to whichever of the duo persuades the other to hang himself. The enforced incarceration of incompatible individuals is a situation rich in dramatic potential, as Sartre and Manuel Puig among others have shown. In Cutting Room a female French terrorist awaiting trial enacts a series of roles that gradually provide insights into her motivation. This is a strong sustained performance by Caitlin Easterby'. (Guardian)

'Bright Red Theatre Company's latest double bill was startling and provocative.' (Argus)