Deftly pruned for modern audiences. ★★★★
[RED BRIDGE ARTS] would appear to have another hit on its hands.
The Sunday National
The adults could get as much out of it as the kids. But the kids were laughing so heartily.
BBC Radio Scotland Out For The Weekend
Astutely grounds the ‘magic’ of the garden in a convincing reality, reminding us – in the face of climate change – how vital trees and wild life are to our own wellbeing. ★★★★
The wonder and healing power of nature that sits right at the heart of this story is beautifully conveyed. ★★★★
Full of rich invention and feeling. ★★★★
Playful and imaginative. ★★★★
We all love a good mystery, and this story has it by the barrowload.
Aberdeen Press and Journal
This study of a child blossoming from loneliness to inclusion through friendship and the appreciation of nature is a prize of a show. ★★★★
All Edinburgh Theatre
A heart-warming and clever adaptation. ★★★★
One could have heard a pin drop in the theatre, despite roughly a third of the audience being under the age of 12…From its close beginning it unwound and twisted into bloom towards its joyous finale, a parable of nature restoring what was thought broken. ★★★★
North West End
This is a brilliant production. ★★★★
The Wee Review
The dynamic and talented cast of three kept the audience (both young & old) engaged from the start. Intriguing and entertaining.
Families Central Scotland