ReviewSphere *****

Within Sight is an exceptional piece of spoken word theatre, Renton’s performance is honest, self-aware and has clear intentions. The minimal set, video and sound create a cohesive insight into life with albinism, giving a fresh representation of the disability.

On 'Within Sight'

NorthWestEnd *****

Together [the performance, sound and video] offer a very lyrical and powerful insight into a condition which, as the show points out, has a great deal of visibility in terms of Hollywood bad guys, but a lot less when it comes to actual mainstream understanding.

On 'Within Sight'

The Wee Review *****

It is Renton’s recalling of the emotional and practical challenges set out by an unthinking (and often uncaring) world that strike the hardest. 

On 'Within Sight'

SGFringe *****

[T]his contemporary perspective on mental health and supporting one another through crises does not shy away from the reality of human failings and foibles, nor our capacity to love each other despite them.

On 'The 900 Club'

The Wee Review ****

The 900 Club is the kind of show that will make you want to check up on an old friend and build bridges with people who you may have lost a connection with. [...] The topics are tackled with love and emotion and this makes The 900 Club feel deeply poignant, intimate and special.

On 'The 900 Club'

The Sunday Post ****

The 900 Club is a captivating and emotional journey through grief and guilt. [...] Each of the young performers shine with confident performances, packed with the emotion and tact that conveying a story of this nature requires. It reminds you that a eulogy isn’t for the dead, but for those feeling its aftermath.

On 'The 900 Club'

SGFringe ***

Four local artists created something daringly artistic, rugged, and brave. [...] If we are fortunate, we will see more from this quartet.

On 'A Matter of Time'

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