Ben and Max Ringham
BAC, The Albany, Brighton Festival, Oxford Playhouse, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, The MAC, The Junction, Tom Thumb Theatre, The Continental, Bournemouth Arts by the Sea Festival, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Latitude Festival, Brewery Arts Centre, Axis Arts Centre, Parabola Arts Centre, Bristol Old Vic, Lighthouse, Warwick Arts Centre, Lakeside Theatre, Tramway
This is experiential theatre in the true sense of the word, and is a powerful and provocative work … Works like these redefine theatre … I urge you to take part in this unique and innovative work. I guarantee it will be unlike anything you've experienced'
Emma Cole, One Stop Arts 5*****
'This piece is disconcerting, unnerving, intense, captivating, extremely clever, intriguing and unique … I cannot recommend it highly enough, this is an absolute must “see”'
Rhiannon Lawson, Whatsonstage 5*****
'I was left with a deep sense of unease that followed me from the shadows for the rest of the evening. I’m still not entirely clear what happened in that room, but I haven’t been affected by a show as profoundly in a long time'
Olivia Solon, Wired
'What makes Ring so brilliant is how it exposes the weaknesses of the human mind and perception. It pits reality against realistic construction of reality, and common sense against physical senses. Great theatre might sometimes make you think, but Ring goes one step further ― it manipulates your very ability to do so. The outcome is totally unnerving but completely thrilling, and allows audience members to share a completely unique experience that is truly one of a kind … Ring shouldn’t be missed'
Geri Silver, A Younger Theatre
'...with clever writing, a careful setting, and the use of binaural sound technology creating an engaging and heavily visceral experience for the audience. Enabling an entirely personal encounter for each audience member and evoking fear, intrigue and uncertainty, Ring left me feeling utterly satisfied – having scarcely seen a performer, I felt like a star'
Tara Boland, Total Theatre Review