"Danielle Farrow's seamless handling of iambic pentameter and
comic versatility lights up the stage whenever she's present."
EDFRINGE.COM - Barry Woods (Shakespeare)
"Spice comes from the relationship... Mr Godden and Miss Farrow fairly
set the stage alight... Their understanding of the language, combined
with strong stage presence, allows them to build a real sense of
character. The ebb and flow of a central argument scene
between them is superbly played. They master all the
subtleties of surface formality while creating a
wickedly observed scene familiar to
any domestic argument."
EDINBURGH EVENING NEWS - Thom Dibdin (Restoration)
"Danielle Farrow shows real flair and versatility in
her three roles as Cerimon, Fisherwoman
and a very strong Bawd."
REVIEWS GATE - Thelma Good (Shakespeare)
"The acting is absolutely stellar... Prospero was the highlight of the cast...
Danielle Farrow perfectly gets across his stroppiness and
controlling manner rather than simply portraying him
as a damaged hero."
TV BOMB - Becca Inglis (Shakespeare)
"Holding it all together, Danielle Farrow is on fine form as Prospero, fully in command of the
Bardic language and bringing the merest hint of a mad inventor to her role."
FRINGE GURU - Richard Stamp (Shakespeare)
"The four actresses were excellent: confident and word-sure... [and] strong characterisations left
the audience in no doubt as to who was who."
HI-ARTS - Steve Coomber
(Shakespeare - cast of 4, various distinct roles)