'Repellent, at times horrifying, yet compelling production of Sarah Kane’s play of pain'
'Rufus Norris has shown considerable bravery in programming a controversial Sarah Kane work. While those interested in the In-Yer-Face phenomenon and the innate inhumanity that seems to afflict societ ...
'It may be too gruesome much for some, but Sarah Kane’s 1998 horror show feels depleted in Katie Mitchell’s protracted revival'
'Gore-fest staged with upsetting realism'
'Katie Mitchell’s scrupulously crafted revival of Sarah Kane's shocking play is hard to watch and occasionally repugnant, but it is gorily immediate and somewhat intoxicating'
Tinker practises the art of atrocity, but even he isn’t immune from the need for love. Existing on the border between beauty and brutality, Cleansed imagines a world in which language, human relationships and the body itself are pared away to bare bone