Press Feedback:

Praise for Things We Chose To Save (touring 2018):
‘Clown Funeral have created a super slick, polished production’ – The Reviews Hub
‘Beautifully eerie’ – Number 9 Reviews, Manchester

Praise for The Murderer (touring 2016-17):
‘Unusual, poetic take on crime rehabilitation hits the spot’ – The Stage
‘Innovative movement and a thought-provoking script’ – Broadway Baby
‘The play is thought-provoking... there is an excellent chemistry and level of co-ordination between the actors’ – Fringe Guru

Industry feedback:
‘Clown Funeral’s production of The Murderer is an intriguing and entertaining interpretation of the fascinating poem. They are a promising young company with bags of potential, energy and enthusiasm’ – Pippa Frith, award-winning producer

‘Having spent ten days at the 2016 Edinburgh Festival searching for the best work by emerging artists, Clown Funeral’s The Murderer stood out as one of the best. Their exciting, inventive approach to storytelling and the high standard of the production across design, direction and performance ensured that The Murderer has stayed with me long after I left ZOO Venues on a rainy afternoon’ – Sean Linnen, Trainee Artistic Director at Sheffield Theatres and Paines Plough

The Murderer - Daily Info's review

The award-winning production The Murderer reaches Pegasus Theatre this week as part of its UK wide tour of their Edinburgh Fringe hit. Clown Funeral have adapted Luke Kennard's poem about a society where criminals are rehabilitated; the Carer and the Murderer meet for coffee and play badminton. The piece explores forgiveness and obsession through the medium of surreal humour, physical theatre and dark drama.

BBC Coventry & Warwickshire Radio 
Our very own Sam George went on BBC Coventry & Warwickshire with Justine Themen (Associate Director of the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry) and Tristan Jones-Smith from Keychain Theatre Company to talk about Clown Funeral; youth theatre and #AllOurTomorrows. Timecode 2:14:00 http://bbc/in/2uqheuG.

The Stage - THE MURDERER Picked in Best Theatre to see

Incoming, the 10-day festival of work by the best emerging theatre companies from across the country co-produced by A Younger Theatre, enters its home stretch this week. Running at the New Diorama until June 11, the line-up includes work by the Sleeping Trees, the Plasticine Men, Footprint Theatre and Clown Funeral.'

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