Comments and Reviews

"A hilarious night out - not to be missed!" - Standard Issue

"Night + Daze feels like the play RAZ (Jim Cartwright) wants to be. Its principle character gives a hilarious twist on a stereotype: a self-proclaimed lad who claims to only care about drinks, drugs, girls, and football, Night + Daze succeeds where RAZ fails." - The Skinny

"Performances like this can divide people but if you want to hear a story that has a poetic twist or three, is not what it seems and relentlessly refuses to back down then this is for you. I loved this." - Fringe Review

"Sweaty intensity - Unrelenting." - The Stage

"This isn’t physical theatre it’s physical assault - trampling on a century of feminist thought." - Fest

"An exciting young company to watch" - BBC

"This is in-your-face direct address with nothing held back…Clear, energetic and powerful. A cleverly written and well-performed manifesto urging you to make the most of the time you have." - Broadway Baby

"A sign of writer Philip Stokes’ success in capturing the voice of a self-confessed lad on the lash...Night + Daze is an epic poem for the having-it generation." - The Scotsman

"This hope is more than enough to help shatter this privileged industry dominance over who they allow to have a voice in theatre and be assured Stokes' Night + Daze will make you proud that his voice is still shouting." - The New Current