PAST REVIEWS

"This is a dense and intriguing production" londontheatre1.com on Married. But Lonely 26/6/17

"Certainly a play worth seeing." Remotegoat on Married. But Lonely  17/6/17 

“Powerful, unsettling drama about war" Remotegoat on Hurricane Hill, 26/09/15

 

"One of the best visiting productions we have had the pleasure to stage." The London Theatre on Hurricane Hill, 27/10/14

 

"Hurricane Hill certainly remain in my memory for weeks to come. Should you get a chance to see this play in any potential future performances, you should look forward to it immensely." Sebastian Gahan, Seba Rashi Culture Zine on Hurricane Hill, 19/10/2013

 

“A brilliant evening of live entertainment and theatre at its rawest best.”  whatsonstage.com on Slasher' Kincade 16/04/10    

 

"Slick production is a play of our times" Hackney Gazette on Slasher Kincade  6/5/10

 

‘moments to savour .....a personal and mature piece of theatre.’ Extra Extra on Slasher Kincade  4/5/10

 

“Leicester is also an accomplished director and blends clever lighting and physical theatre to bring his plays to life.” The Stage on Slasher Kincade 10/5/10

 

"Kevin Brannagan’s brilliant performance.  Chris Carney as Robert and Gray Hughes as Daniel work well together and despite a complex narrative, maintain pace and interest.” The Stage on'Slasher Kincade 10/5/10

 

"impressive acting" Camden New Journal on Slasher Kincade 13/5/10

 

"The power of Leicester’s writing combined with the wonderful acting talent really carries the play through to the very end."  Extra! Extra! on The Baby Box 2008.

 

“Naturalistic, gritty writing – reminiscent of Mike Leigh.” Camden New Journal on The Baby Box 2008

 

"Leicester's writing is confident and powerful.." Hampstead and Highgate Express on The Baby Box 2008

 

"Chris Leicester’s clever, acerbic, unpredictable play" The Stage on The Fourth Wall 2005

 

"Beg, borrow or knee-cap for a ticket!" The Scotsman on Mafioso 2003