"Hamish Pirie’s Theatre Upstairs production and Camilla Clarke’s design, however, create a terrifying world in which blood cascades down double-glazed windows as the crisis escalates. A powerful alarmist piece of theatre."
**** The Guardian
Camilla Clarke’s evocative set keeps things resolutely surreal, a Perspex wall splashed by blood, strafed by strobes, behind which nightmarish things are hinted at in the flickering light."
**** Time Out
"There’s a murky figure in a hazard suit on the other side of the windows; footage of scuttling insects; a sudden fall of ash; creeping creatures in green-lit perspex boxes. Camilla Clarke’s brightly coloured composite set has a strange smack of hamster cage."
**** The Independent
"Superbly written, wildly imaginative and thought-provoking play"
****The Art's Desk