what the press say


‘A cracked, exaggerated, funhouse mirror reflection of our world that you could stare into for days’
Time Out

’funny, unsettling and unforgettable…a Frankenstein for the 21st Century…alive with irony, imagination and humanity’ 
The Times

’Groundbreaking with strokes of genius…A witty collision of antiquated aesthetics, wide ranging cultural influences and modern day sensibilities
Daily Telegraph

‘Unlike anything you will have experienced before - 1927 is officially the sexiest theatre company in town’
Evening Standard

’A bleak, delightful, antique, topical treat in every way’
Financial Times

‘You won’t find a more dazzlingly synchronized interaction between live performance and a crazily satiric world than in Golem’ The Independent 

’It's Kafka meets Little Shop of Horrors…once it’s over your head spins with a thousand images’