John Macmillan’s Joey, a failed or failing boxer, is a disturbingly brooding presence. 

Henry Hitchings
Evening Standard on The Homecoming

John MacMillan [is] beguiling as a former lover

Susannah Clapp
The Guardian on Yerma

But it is MacMillan’s dizzying vocal acrobatics – wry, pained, prudish, silly, terrified – that propel Killer beyond the realm of the radio play and make these characters come to life

Corrie Tan
The Guardian on Killer