"Its stunning combination of movement, music and imagery makes for an unforgettable work of angry, emotional, celebratory, political dance."
"Immense and Memorable."
“The production firmly roots the upsurge of euphoria in its socio-political and historical context.”
“The energy of thousands of people in five performers.”
"A raw, powerful account of mining communities ripped apart by the destruction of their industry, and how the younger generation moved on."
"It's furious, moving and a warning from the past to the present."
“Evokes optimism even as it revels in dance.”
“Pulsing and hypnotic.”
“A profound and highly relevant contribution to remembering this painful, life changing period in our history.”
“An absorbing, immediate slice of history rendered with the kind of emotional truth that deepens its impact as popular entertainment.”
“Visceral piece of physical theatre recalling the shattering impact of the pit closures in the 1980s”
“Sense of startling authenticity that Clarke has managed to capture in COAL”