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                                                                 Some Critical Reviews of the show:


“Roost keeps us all hooked as he reels us in from around the room, but watching the focused energy he spends on the nearer couple becomes a performance within a performance. Does Roost paint while playing Bacon? No. He’s not a painter, he’s an actor and yet in the act of live creation the distinction between art forms is rendered null and void.”    [FringeReview] **** Edinburgh 2014


"...this is a cleverly executed show..." Festival Journal


"Brilliant Performance." Kevin Day


"Rather Excellent!." Brown Paper Tickets


A Fine Art undergraduate tweeted:  "Watched the most amazing performance art this morning. @garryroost you are a genius! #feelinginspired "


"Very, very, unique and truthful." Clare Shenstone - Artist (Friend of Bacon)


"Garry Roost's darkly witty take on the life and art of Francis Bacon." - Nick Awed


"Brilliant performance," Geoff Whitting - Mirth Control Comedy


"I together with the staff and students who had the opportunity to view your performance,

thought you were absolutely brilliant..." Glasgow School of Art -  John Quinn [Head of Fine Arts]


"We were blown away by your performance. It deserves a bigger audience."

National Theatre of Scotland who saw the play in Edinburgh - Roberta Doyle - Head of External Affairs.


"Very, very Unique & truthful."   Clare Shenstone (Close friend of Bacon).


Audience comments: "It was like having him in the room." "It far exceeded my expectations." "The text was wonderful."


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