"Simon Donald's blissfully funny new play...at times, you get the impression that a
gangster film like The Long Good Friday
has been re-written by a
Scottish Joe Orton, except that with Donald, compassion keeps leaking
through the comic callousness."
a tart and timely twist on the Thatcherite enthusiasm for entrepreneurial zeal, and the dialogue is stuffed with salty nuggets of surprising (and often stomach-turning) flavour
The Arts Desk