Simon Godwin's production boasts a terrific central performance from Henry Lloyd-Hughes. Switching easily between direct address and dialogue, he radiates the intelligence, charm and sometimes naïve idealism and stubbornness of Stewart
The Independent on Occupational Hazards
Lloyd-Hughes is riveting, embodying thissub-Lawrentian figure, a man of high ideals who is left having to grapple with the everyday reality of a land at war with itself and, also, with him.
The Times Online
on Occupational Hazards
'Henry Lloyd-Hughes proves memorably grotesque as the wheelchair-bound suitor in the loony bin...'
The Daily Telegraph on The Changeling
The standout performances come from Henry Lloyd-Hughes, magnetic as sinister Dimitri...
The London Evening Standard on Posh
Henry Lloyd-Hughes plays a reptilian bully with vilely persuasive relish
The Daily Telegraph on Punk Rock