Junction 25 receive rave reviews in Edinburgh

Posted on 15 Aug 2013 in News, Performance, Youth

We are very proud of our Junction 25 group who are not only performing to sold out houses but are receiving rave reviews during their performance of Anoesis at Edinburgh Fringe.

Lynn Gardner from The Guaridan gave the performance 4 stars describing Anoesis as a "touching, low-key and heartfelt show"

A Younger Theatre also awarded 4 stars saying "It’s not often you see a shared commitment from young people presenting ideas so universal and with such force. The piece left me tangled, caught between an excited ecstasy and a terrible sadness"

The Scotsman's Joyce McMillan also gave a 4 star review and a glowing review:

"The Tramway’s Junction 25 youth theatre company – steered by directors Tashi Gore and Jess Thorpe – have been hailed as one of the finest in the UK, and it’s not difficult to see why: every one of the 17 performers on stage has an energy, a focus, a controlled anger, and a fierce, ironic humour that gives a spine-shuddering collective power to their trademark collages of movement, music, and semi-documentary improvisation."
 

Well done guys, thoroughly deserved!