Giselle

No pretty peasants on pointes and no pictursque rural cottages… [but] this is not one of those shallow revisitations aimed solely at shocking traditionalist old fogeys… [it] is an abrasive satire on moral and social beliefs in rural Ireland… the strong lines and images throughout add to the dramatic tension of the whole… intentionally grotesque and dark… At the end of the performance… a totally unexpected range of emotions overcomes the viewers, prompting a well-deserved ovation for the uniquely multi-talented artists of Fabulous Beast.

Giannandrea Poesio, The Spectator