A Clockwork Orange
★★★★ Evening Standard
'Imaginative & striking... It sizzles with energy.'
★★★★ The Independent
‘Martin McCreadie is charismatic, muscular and infinitely watchable’
★★★★ The Telegraph
‘Machismo and muscle-bound charisma’
‘Homoeroticism drips from every pore of the scantily clad cast as their testosterone-fuelled horror show knocks us for six’
★★★★★ Daily Star
'Funny, disturbing, frightening and thrillying ... a masterpiece'
★★★★ Time Out London
'Martin McCreadie makes a vigorous, handsome and charismatic Alex... mad, bad and dangerous.'
★★★★ Time Out Hong Kong
'Exhilarating, testosterone-filled melting ... Action to the Word’s horror show hits with a powerful tolchoking'
★★★★ The Scotsman
'The all-male cast sets it apart and the dynamic it creates is one of macho dominance'
'An outstanding all-male ensemble. The pure physicality and energy is astonishing. This is a show that everyone should experience.'
★★★★★ The Age
'The stage is empty but for props, and neither Spencer-Jones's choice of thumping incidental music – including Alex's beloved Beethoven – nor James Baggaley's superb lighting dilute the focus on these riveting performances in a production begging to be seen a second time.'
★★★★★ Sydney Morning Herald
'Echoes of Steven Berkoff's work rebound from the production's stylisation, choreographed action and mimed violence (with its consequent authentic venom).'
★★★★★ Canberra Times
'This stunning production by Britain's Action To The Word company dispenses with Burgess's music, but otherwise stays true to a text that hugs the novel's intent'
★★★★★ The Public Reviews
‘A definite must see – truly outstanding’
★★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★★ A Younger Theatre
‘They are a thunderous force of nature. I have to see this gorgeous, furious show again’
★★★★★ Quotidian Times
‘Action To The Word company return and manage to create another high octane, tension addled and sexy’
★★★★★ Three Weeks
‘Electric, thought-provoking and thrilling. An amazing performance that does the classic novel proud’
★★★★★ Fringe Guru
‘Fixating, appalling and gorgeous’
★★★★★ Fringe Review
‘Literally breathtaking. Raw, aggressive and jaw-dropping – theatre at it’s most physically powerful’
‘A visceral, violent, sexual, steamroller of a production’