"Their dazzling deconstructions have to be seen to be believed,"
"Theatre for the post-machine age,"
Live Art Magazine.
"A maverick talent… one of the fringe’s visionaries,"
The Sunday Times.
"Compared well to The Wooster Group in style and wry humour,"
Cosy reflection from the sidelines this is not; the company dares to imagine, dares us to imagine, what freedom might be.
A brilliant show - go and see it.
Glencora Bailey ,'Three Weeks'
An amazing feat … My money was on Time Shifts: Possible Worlds, which very shrewdly bound together the live contributions with an electronic backing track.
Ivan Hewitt, The Daily Telegraph
Recorded interviews, a virtual reality simulation and the story
of an evangelist in search of Noah's Ark, and framing the whole
as a corporate promotional presentation. Rewards the attentive
audience with glimpses of genius.
Andrew Burnett, The List
Critic's Choice -
Ghosts - Ibsen for the post-machine age - thought provoking theatre. At last, a Fringe show to take your brain to.
Lyn Gardner, The Guardian
Void have displayed great artistry and control in integrating performance and technology. This is live art for post-theatre techno lovers.
Steve Bull, Live Art Magazine
Imagine Peter Greenaway making a film of Marlowe's Dr Faustus;
that gives you some idea of this one man show.
Mario Relich, The Scotsman,