Skim for England wins Best Comedy at Portobello Film Festival

We're honoured to announce that Skim for England has one the 'Best Comedy' award at the legendary Portobello Film Festival, beating off competition from some 400 films to claim the prize. It was also nominated for the 'Best Film' award. Quite incredible.

"To be a good skimmer requires dedication, practice, determination."

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"Exceptionally strong" - ★★★★★ FringeGuru

What a way to end our run - today, Foxinder received another ★★★★★ review, this time from Richard Stamp over at FringeGuru - only his second five star review of EdFringe2015.

"The power of King's script has already been recognised, but theatre company Master of None add an exceptionally strong performance, and a haunting visual style. Despite the 90-minute running time, I was never anything less than completely engaged, and I left the theatre with the sense I'd heard an urgent warning."

You can read the full review here.

"Enthralling" - ★★★★ The Metropolist

A stellar review for our production of Foxfinder, by The Metropolist:

"We are drawn into it, keen to push and pry to see how far these characters and their lives can fall apart. It is an enthralling piece of work, and one worth catching as the Edinburgh Fringe draws to a close."

Read it all here.

"Highly Recommended" - Fringe Review

Foxfinder got a no star review today - but it's not bad news, because it's you can't even get stars on Fringe Review, so there. It's another belter.

"Uniformly strong performances from each of the four characters and ethereal lighting and sound reinforce the rather frightening and, at times, threatening nature of the work."

The full review can be found right here

"Beautifully crafted" - ★★★★★ The Public Reviews

Foxfinder has just been awarded ★★★★★ from The Public Reviews!

"In this production Master of None have managed to produce a wonderful and intensely captivating version of King’s script... The quartet of actors work wonderfully together, and combined with Tom Oxenham’s tightly directed piece have managed to create a world that seems both entirely removed from our own yet frighteningly close to it at the same time."

You can read the full review here.