the sets themselves are worth it. Each small room is meticulously crafted and I felt daring enough to inquire as to some of the pictures and files I found strewn around.”

(Whatsonstage.com, The Trial)

“In effect this one woman show, aimed at over 4s, is a two-hander with Verity Quinn’s witty set as the second actor.” The Stage, Dora

“This is such an exciting moment of theatre, which Morell and Quinn have engineered through creating a setting that eliminates all distance between the action and the audience – and it is utterly brilliant to experience.”

(Bargintheatreland.com, Alpha Beta)

"Verity Quinn’s superb and unusual set, featuring cheap office furniture and paper clutter in a space so small and awkward it makes you squirm, is almost like a third character."

(Journal Live, Blue Boy)

“…(Verity Quinn’s) simple set of graffiti-sprayed movable boards easily transforms the stage into bedrooms, clubs, parks, beaches and toilet cubicle” – The Telegraph, Apples

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"The set design is delightful; thoughtful details in the Clocks’ family home beneath the floorboards like a sewing pin ladder are one instance of the great care and creativity with which this story is told"

(The Upcomong: The Borrowers)

“The narrative in this wordless production is largely told through Verity Quinn’s set design, with one woman’s courageous journey depicted through the transformation of the space...

The set continues to reveal secrets and surprises once the woman reaches an island, as she finds the natural resources with which she can begin to rebuild her life...

ingenious set"

(Children's Theatre Reviews)

 

"Abstract and dreamy"   The Guardian, Seesaw 2018

"Verity Quinn’s vibrant set ... fizzes with dramatic potentialThe Guardian, Chocolate Cake

"...the set, which is outstanding, grips from first to last.”

(The Stage: The Trial)

"[Alpha Beta] is as shocking as anything on the London stage since the audience, seated in the midst of the action, become helpless witnesses to a violently disintegrating marriage."

(Michael Billington, The Guardian ****, Alpha Beta)

 

"Magical design"

              (LondonTheatre1: The Borrowers)