TESTIMONIALS, REVIEWS AND COMMENTARY
"A hell of a play... excellent,” Adrian Brown, Director and Theatre Critic.
“A strong piece...”, The Stage.
The Shakespeare Conspiracy:
“A stellar cast with faultless comic timing.... a comedy, a tragedy and the greatest love story ever told, doused with humour and nimbly choreographed sword fights... what’s not to like?” Public Reviews (* * * * and 1/⁄2).
“An almost perfect play... The Shakespeare Conspiracy is a triumph. RUN to get a ticket for this show.” ShineSquad.
"Witty and intelligent... Jack Bowman is successful in portraying the story..." One Stop Arts (* * * *).
"A fast-paced, melodramatic and meta-theatrical delight that draws its audience in with a constant blend of glowing pop- culture references and intelligent narrative... fast-paced direction and genius concept." What's Peen Seen (* * * *)
“There is much to enjoy... performances are wonderfully exuberant and the production as a whole is a lot of fun.” Exeunt.
Night of the Hellhound: LIVE!
“A blast from start to finish and something that’s unique and wonderfully enjoyable.... Bowman’s direction is meticulous... inventively original.”, Grumpy Gay Critic (* * * *).
“Worth a spooky night out...”, Off West End (* * * *).
“Four-star evening of entertainment...”, Croydon Press (* * * *).
“LOST Theatre's production of Jerusalem is wonderful”, Deborah Orr, Guardian Critic.
“Director Jack Bowman also tackles the play with fantastic precision... a successful revival of Butterworth’s play", Tessa Hart, Remote Goat (* * * *).
The Springheel Saga:
“Wonderful and full of bravura,” Dirk Maggs, BBC Radio Producer/Director.
"I have never heard a finer studio production," Richard Fish, Lodestone Media, USA
"Excellent writing, performances, sound design and music," Chatterblog
"I'm hooked... Fantastic acting, action and great effects..." Geek Syndicate
"A true find for all audio enthusiasts!" Regent Times
"Another good reason to visit The Wireless Theatre Company", Nebula One
"A lip smacking melodrama", Audio Drama Review.
“Writing and production of evident quality," Starburst Magazine.
"The Springheel Saga Series 2 is another triumph," Frost Magazine.
"An all-out success. Not to be missed!" The Morgue of Intrigue.
"Among the best mysteries we’ve heard in recent memory," Radio Drama Revival.
"Compelling writing and strong characters on display in this brilliantly crafted thriller,” Hammer Horror Podcast.
"The Legend of Springheel’d Jack has the fun, richness, grit and grandeur of a high-budget film..." Tim Prasil
“Look up the Wireless Theatre Company, search out The Springheel Saga... Series Three is out and looks to be a great finish to the Saga... if you like classic stories classy told, this will be right up your street.” Starburst Blue Box Podcast
“With a shock cliffhanger ending to this first half hour episode, I’m eager to see how the story will now unfold and to finally discover the Secret of Springheel’d Jack...” Susan Oman, Garbage File.
“In many ways it’s the best and most entertaining instalment of the series so far... if you’re minded to enjoy Victoriana, audio drama and the supernatural, it is well worth seeking out the Wireless website to partake of the story... 9/10” JR Southhall, Starburst Magazine.
“With an explosive opening and several major twists early on, the stage is being set for a grand finale and the end of Jonah Smith’s personal war with the supernatural killer.” Callum Shephard, Starburst Magazine.
“Fun in a truly believably Victorian setting... events have grown and the stakes are higher than ever... It leaves you wanting more – exactly as it should. It’s every bit as polished and well produced as the best” Derek Dunnington, Outpost Skaro.
“I'm very impressed so far... dark and very atmospheric... very suspenseful and atmospheric.. it's very good. Well worth taking a chance on...” The Divergent Universe.
THE MURDER OF ROGER ACKROYD
“Terrifically entertaining!” Lord Julian Fellowes, Creator of Downtown Abbey, on The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
“This new dramatisation, narrated by Art Malik with Tom Conti and Jane Asher, allows the listener to appreciate to the full the ingenuity of Hercule Poirot’s “little grey cells””. The Times, naming Murder On The Orient Express as their second best audio book of the 2017.