‘Intelligent, captivating and superbly performed. The Guardian, UK

 

'The Spinners, a collaboration between Scottish director Al Seed and Australian choreographer-dancer Lina Limosani is a richly crafted theatrical tapestry that cleverly questions notions of destiny and female agency.’ The Guardian (5 stars)

 

'For an hour I sat spellbound at the artistry and talent of this collaboration.' Kerry Cooper - Stage Whispers

 

 'The dance is pure and precise, and at its times of interconnection an almost visceral pleasure.' Peter Burdon - The Advertiser

 

'This is a strong and very original work' Maggie Tonkin - Dance Australia

 

‘Embodied with a fabulously fierce, seemingly telepathic focus by Limosani, Tara Jade Samaya and Kialea-Nadine Williams, these apocalyptic warrior-witches treat their responsibilities with poker-faced dedication.’ Donald Hutera - The List (4 stars)

 

‘The Spinners is a most unusual dance work: futuristic with ancient undertones; incredibly fast-paced as well as thoughtful; it’s a highly original blend of storytelling and pure dance. It uses an old tale in such a way that it speaks to us 21st century folk, makes comment on contemporary themes as all good art should – no preaching, no clunkiness’. Tamsin Grainger – The Wee Review

 

‘There’s a richness to The Spinners which keeps on unfolding’ The Scotsman (4 stars)

PHOTO: Maria Falconer