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Star Star Star Star Edinburgh Guide | Star Star Star Star The Upcoming | Recommended in The Guardian’s Theatre Tips four weeks in a row | Metro – Pick of the Festival | Fringe Review: in the Top 40 Recommended Theatre & Drama at EdFringe 2010; in the Top 10 Recommended Theatre & Drama at the Pleasance Courtyard 2010 ; Editor’s Choice 2010

“Unique and awe-inspiring. A heart-breaking theatrical gem, which will deeply move those fortunate enough to witness it.” – ThreeWeeks

“A resonant exploration of love and grief that shines…touching and sincere.” – The List

“This touching story of drifting, getting lost and getting found [is] beautifully written, complex and humane…Both uplifting and quite terribly sad. A play of solid quality.” – British Theatre Guide

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Stage Award Nominations, Best Actor & Best Actress
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“A moving, gut-wrenching piece of contemporary theatre” – Metro

“One of the most convincing portrayals of love and intimacy I’ve ever seen” – FringeReview

“Acting this intimate, this committed, is rare, raw, riveting.” – Yorkshire Evening Press

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Star Star Star Star The Scotsman – Hot Show | The Guardian – Pick of the Day
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“With Dan Sherer’s lyrical staging and Caroline Williamson’s understated, wounded performance…Limbo keeps you silent until the final, shiver-inducing word” – The Guardian

“Grips from start to finish…a finely judged performance” – The Scotsman

“An outstanding performance…one of Edinburgh’s most gripping hours” – British Theatre Guide

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Our Share of Tomorrow: critically acclaimed story of love, grief and loyalty receives its London premiere, following a tour to the area that inspired it – view here.

Real Circumstance launches its Lab series for emergent artists in Colchester (May 2012) – view here.

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