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21 thoughts on “Contact FOUR OF SWORDS”

  1. Great location- how did you get past health and safety? Good acting, marvellous effects and just the right music to set it all off.We thought it was very atmospheric and convincing.Well done Four of swords what next?

  2. I loved your show. Been going to theatre for over 40 years and four or five things stand out over the years – the ones that do were all innovative and ‘enjoyable’. Jekyll and Hyde will likely join them because of the atttention to detail and love you brought to it. Enjoyed every minute. A very generous show for £10. Looking forward to your next production. Well done.

  3. Hi Sarah and Phil and the team,
    We came to your 5pm showing of Macbeth, last Saturday at Beer Quarry Caves.
    We booked for two reasons.
    1) We love Beer Quarry Caves, and have visited many times.
    2) We are both COMPLETE Shakespeare virgins (managed to avoid the whole subject at school)

    Now at the ripe old age of 40+ we thought ‘there must be something to this Shakespeare thing’.
    You didn’t disappoint. Just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed the performance.
    We enjoyed the whole thing, the candles, the acting, the tragedy of it all.
    I have since ordered myself a copy of Macbeth to read, so there’s testament to my enjoyment.

    I look forward to seeing further performances by The Four of Swords. Well done.

  4. Hi Four-of-Swords
    Attended your performance of Macbeth on Thur 8th at Beer Quarry Caves, we were a party of nine and we ALL really enjoyed it. It was very atmospheric, the candle light and then low lighting the shadows cast on rough hewn walls, the odd drip on oneself and the floor about you. It was easy to imagine a remote and ancient castle. Your acting brought the story to life. Good Luck for the future

  5. Thank you to all of you for the fantastic performance of Macbeth at Beer Caves. So atmospheric, the cold, the dark, the sound of dripping water, the music,and the acting especially was brilliant. What a good idea to combine the mystery of the caves with the tragedy of Macbeth. Perfect. Thank you.

  6. Experienced Gawain and the Green Knight in Exeter cathedral yesterday evening. It is a most wonderful alliterative poem and wow, was it brought to life, with such energy and imagination; playful yet atmospheric! Thank you all, but especially the enticing and dangerous Morgan La Fay. Now to await Faustus in the autumn…

  7. Please please please repeat your performances. I haven’t had the pleasure of seeing you yet and as you do intimate audiences, there isn’t much chance to see productions again if for instance such as happened to me last year before your Jekyll and Hyde at Poltimore, I broke my leg. I Really want to see it so please repeat your performances

  8. Hi Sarah, Phil and the team,
    Thanks for another great night. (Saturday 25th Oct 7pm)
    We thoroughly enjoyed the performance of Dr Faustus.
    It was scary, funny and sad. A well written thought provoking play.
    And amazing acting. You really are doing something ‘special’.
    We seldom travel to ‘the big smoke’ so you are honoured we made the effort.
    Dare I say, we enjoyed it even more than Macbeth!!
    Our friends, who joined us also really enjoyed it. Always a risk recommending something.

    We live in Budleigh Salterton and have a venue suggestion, which could possibly be considered in the future;

    Salem Chapel at East Budleigh.
    Originally built around a living tree, the trunk being used as the central structure.
    The roof space (not visible from the outside) was used by the infamous smuggler Jack Rattenbury to hide his kegs of Brandy.
    (there is evidence of this in the Clinton & Devon Estate records)
    Sir Walter Raleigh was born in East Budleigh.
    It’s reputed to be haunted.
    Just a few snippets to entice you……

    Keep up the great work.

  9. Fabulous addition to the Faustus. Not quite as intense as the play, but that’s not such a bad thing. With a good belt of humour and many different layers to the evening. A very different experience. Another great venue. We enjoyed the evening (even the one who hadn’t seen the play)
    Thanks, and see you at the next performance……

  10. Hi there
    I’d like to get tickets for the Jason and the Argonauts show at Rolle College in May. Where/When can i get the tickets please? I’m looking forward to it! All the best, Rebecca

  11. Annette and Pete Mitchell

    Thank you Four of Swords for another hugely enjoyable production. The clever, witty script and the energetic, exuberant performance made Jason and the Argonauts a captivating evening of entertainment. A remarkable success

  12. Annette & Pete Mitchell

    Thank you, Four of Swords, for another enjoyable evening. “Frankenstein” was an impressive production. The clever adaptation and unusual venue made it an exceptional experience. Another great success

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  14. Philip and Jane Warner

    Went to last evening’s 7pm production of Macbeth at Beer Quarry Caves.
    Brilliant! such an atmospheric setting, the lighting, music and costumes were spot on. Well done to you all, we look forward to your next production.

  15. I have booked three tickets for your performance on the 15th of October at Fulford House 7pm, I wanted to book two more but see that night is now full, could you please let me know if you have any cancellations, my number is 07888848303, two more tickets would make my day.
    Kind regards
    Richard jell

  16. I came to see Four of Swords perform at Weston’s Tropicana on Thursday afternoon; having not fully read the blurb beforehand and having completely forgotten it was half term I was slightly concerned when I arrived and realised I was the only adult unaccompanied by a child. Nevertheless I soldiered on and was rewarded by being completely blown away by the unique brilliance of everything about the experience. I say experience as it was more than a show where you turn up and let the play happen. I was gripped from the very first drum beat to the last note of the haunting chants. Other than a slight dread of being hauled up to perform when Medea pierced me with her eyes during her vision claiming I was a Goddess, (flattered but terrified, that will teach me to sit near the front by myself).
    Jason and the Argonauts was brilliantly brought to life, the characters were perfect and immediately engaging. The script was very clever with touches of humour, fabulism and realism. The cast and supporting crew were excellent. The scenery, props and costumes helped create a mythical atmosphere, which enveloped us as we were ushered from one area to the next in search of the Golden Fleece. Brilliant!

    This was followed in the evening by a performance of Medea, whose story I was less familiar with, but now I feel compelled to find out more about her. Much heavier themes and darker story, but even more absorbing, I forgot about the rest of the audience around me and I felt as if I was spying on a very realistic domestic, whose theme continues on through the eons, but with slightly less slaughter. Once more all actors were amazing but Medea stole the show; whatever the superlative of amazing is with bells on!

    Congratuwelldone Four of Swords!

  17. You even provided the atmospherics: rain, thunder and lightning. Sunny Corinth? Hades more like as we descended into the Caves. Wow! What a brilliant evening. If only all Greek tragedies were like this. Horror, humour, pathos and suspense; and the chanting? Heightened sensation. Sarah’s Medea was about as perfect an interpretation as Imagination could allow. Thank you, thank you!

  18. Saw you a Beer Quarry caves last night, such an amazing experience. I’m off to write to my children’s head to get them to book you.

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