Enough – Moonstone Theatre Co – Kings Arms Salford #Offies 2023 #NewNoms: #OffFest

Year of Nomination:
Kings Arms Salford
Moonstone Theatre Co

  • Libby says:

    I went to a performance of ‘Enough’ a couple of weeks ago and I have to say it is one of the best performances I have seen in a long time. Riah Andrews shone through and really portrayed her character perfectly.

  • Molly says:

    I attended all 3 showings of Enough and each one blew me away more and more. Incredible cast and a real range of emotions all throughout. Great use of the stage, with a very real and hard hitting twist at the end.
    I’d love to see a longer version of this show, it’s got so much potential and so many different story lines to go down that keep you hanging on for more. 45 minutes just isn’t enough time to see this magical cast do what they do!
    Looking forward to seeing where this goes, well done to all those involved!

  • Puck says:

    So well deserved !! Great actors and it was really touching.

  • Anthony says:

    A great show. Really well written with a powerful message and innovative and effective use of space. Amazing performances from all of the cast, especially Riah. Would love to see more from this company!

  • Katie Elliff says:

    This was such an engaging gritty performance. I couldn’t take my eyes off the stage the way the actors became the characters was brilliant and believable. Highly recommended

  • Leah Marks says:

    This play was my highlight of the festival. Excellent writing, very strong performances, and I didn’t stop thinking about it for ages after I left the theatre.

  • Ali says:

    Enough” is a captivating theatre show that flawlessly showcases the immense talent of its three actresses. Their performances are nothing short of extraordinary, delivering a powerful and emotionally charged experience. Each actress brings a unique and compelling portrayal to the stage, captivating the audience with their impeccable acting skills. The script itself is thought-provoking, tackling important and timely themes with sincerity and depth. The dialogue is engaging, seamlessly blending heart-wrenching moments with moments of tension and introspection. “Enough” is a true testament to the art of storytelling, leaving a lasting impact on anyone fortunate enough to witness it.

  • Donna Rogerson says:

    3 words

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