"Shamira Turner does so much with very little – her physicality does most of the work, even in tiny apertures...It’s an unpredictable, enjoyable but brutal show, that I highly recommend to those looking for properly good weird theatre.”
“At the heart of it all is Shamira Turner as Robert, head tilted and hands stiffened in a stylised picture of social awkwardness, her clipped consonants and Brief Encounter vowels at one with Barritt's surreal images of bygone emporiums and chintz sitting rooms. Whatever befalls the wretched Robert the wistful monotony of Turner's voice never falters. She is magnificent.”
"the brilliantly-executed performances from all four actors, and the rich onslaught of surprising and entertaining visual images that unfold, are more than enough to keep us enthralled in our captivity."
“The play follows three siblings…They are played by Little Bulb's Shamira Turner, Clare Beresford and Dom Conway – all adult performers. These actors invested their performances with such conviction that it was completely possible to believe in them as children. Even the way they stood and moved was utterly convincing.”
"Turner and Pastor (who together comprise She Goat) are talented musicians, playing a variety of instruments. They use their bodies boldly, in a way that is still rare to see in women on stage. Sometimes they are loosely strung marionettes, jerky and awkward, sometimes entwined with the intimacy of lovers."
“…we sense the eight performers’ apparently limitless energy, which allows them to sing, act and play their instruments brilliantly — often all three at once. …special mention should go to the chorus, who bring us physical theatre at its most hilarious.”