“a riveting example of ensemble theatre at its very best.”
(The Argus, Brighton on Silas Marner

★★★★★

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“It is, in my opinion, the company’s best work to date, not only did I leave feeling inspired, it also left me feeling very proud to see such fantastic work created in Worthing.”
(Theatre South East on Silas Marner

★★★★

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“strong, vivid and emotional story telling.”
(Remote Goat on Silas Marner)

★★★★

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“Talented company revive physical theatre-informed adaptation of George Eliot classic”
(The Stage on Silas Marner

★★★

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“Ann Feloy has made a marvellous job of adapting the book for the stage, filleting it down to its essentials whilst director, Nick Young, and his creative team successfully give the text life. But of course it is down to the actors to turn the written characters to flesh and blood which they do without question.”
(The Argus, Brighton on The Four Men

★★★★★

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“It may be an elegiac period piece about the dwindling of country ways and the autumn of life. But this new touring production from Worthing company Conn Artists has made regional theatre feel in ruder health overnight.”
(The Stage on The Four Men

★★★★

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“The stories of Sussex retold, the legends, the myths, the truths and the experiences of Hilaire Belloc all come to life in this wonderful play that revives the history of a fascinating county, unearthing tales that have been long forgotten.”
(Theatre South East on The Four Men

★★★★

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“In-House production company Conn Artists are starting their tour of The Four Men at their home theatre and, as one might expect, presenting a Sussex tale, to a Sussex audience, in a Sussex theatre ensures them of the warmest of receptions on their opening night.”
(The Sussex Newspaper on The Four Men

★★★★

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“Ross Muir returns to deliver another mesmerising tour de force solo performance. This time he pays homage to another great literary figure – Sir J M Barrie.....Muir’s characterisation is incredible as he captures the spirit of the man.”
(The Argus, Brighton on Courage

★★★★

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“Muir’s performance was one of great light and shade, recounting moments of deep sorrow with a quiet dignity, alongside moments of levity which had the audience chuckling.”
(Ingenue Magazine on Courage)

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“Conn Artists Theatre Company do it more than justice with a great deal of bounce and sparkle, singing and dancing around a minimal set with a handful of props.”
(The Argus, Brighton on The Good Doctor)

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“Muir’s performance was a tour de force that kept his audience mesmerised . . . For many the highlight was Muir’s emotive telling of The Ballad of Reading Gaol.”
(The Argus, Brighton on The Importance of Being Oscar)

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“I take my hat off to ‘Conn Artists’ for delivering an imaginative and highly entertaining evening of theatre.”
(The Latest Magazine, Brighton on Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play

★★★★

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“Based on this production, Worthing audiences can look forward with anticipation to future work from this excellent company.”
(The Argus, Brighton on Vintage Hitchcock: A Live Radio Play)

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