Reviews and Audience Feedback
Vanessa Kisuule, Poet
'All The Journeys I Never Took is a show that unfurls slowly. It is tender, subtle and surprising. Its power doesn't hit you but slowly reveals itself as its narrative unfolds in this unusually intimate format. It is rare and wonderful to feel this level of revelation from a show.'
Theatre Bath, ***** 5 Star Review
One of the most original and moving pieces of theatre I’ve ever had the privilege to see. You are literally taken on a journey of your life. Rebecca Tantony’s intimate performance is a tour de force that will linger in my theatrical memory for a very long time.
Immersive, Intimate, intense, moving, powerful, actually I could easily run out of superlatives to describe this theatrical gem. Anymore description of plot, premise and location would spoil this moving and poignant show for future audiences.
***** – 5 Stars
Mike Manson, Writer
Just spent lunchtime today with a young woman as she prepares for her travels.
She reminisced about previous trips, her search for meaning through a variety of religions and the friends she made along the way. Some people travel for pleasure, seeking adventure or whatever comes their way. Others journey out of necessity, separated from loved ones who face starvation, bullets or imprisonment.
And where is home? Is it reinforced by travel? Does everybody have a home?
I don’t want to give too much away about Rebecca Tantony’s astounding immersive theatre All the Journeys I Never Took. Suffice it to say it’s a one to one (or two) experience in a mystery setting. Poetically written and flawless performed by Rebecca. Inspiring and thought provoking, I’ve never experienced anything like it. If you can, hitch a ride!
'Rebecca's one and one spoken word performance enabled me to see the wondrous beauty in life's trials and tribulations. The performance captured our shared life journeys - enabling fear and sorrow to transcend into love and empowerment in a way which provokes a truer essence of the human spirit. Psychologically nurturing, visually, delightful, and politically informative in a way which is palpably compassionate toward the vulnerable. A real gift to the human spirit - thank you' Brixton Festival, London