'Lina Limosani particularly stands out in this work. Dancing with relentless vigour, she is a bundle of tough, high octane energy, and is not afraid to take a few knocks...'
THE STAGE REVIEW
The Red Room (David Hughes Dance)
'The most memorable of all is a duet by Lina Limosani's debauched and degraded nun, worked like a puppet on strings by the pecking motions of a dancer in a huge beak bird mask. Bold, vulgar, decadent and cruel...' THE STAGE REVIEW
Last Orders (David Hughes Dance)
'Limosani in particular was mesmerizing, bringing a gleeful, almost innocent charm to the distorted tale...'
EAST LOTHIAN COURIER
'Last Orders is worth viewing for the solo by Lina Limosani alone. The solo at the top of the work is nervy and contorting, the movements are other wordly. The actions are mesmerising as every part of her body doesn't stop moving, each limb twitching to a different beat...'
THE FRINGE REVIEW
Glow (Chunky Move)
'....understudy performances can be crushingly disappointing (where one is cheated of seeing a star) or, like this one, utterly thrilling. I can’t imagine Glow better performed than it was by Limosani. I certainly couldn’t imagine any dancer committing to doing two performances as intense as hers in one evening!'