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  • Tommy Kane

    "Saw United We Stand last night, tremendous entertainment by two actors at the top of their craft and by a company who time and time again skillfully tell complex stories with just 2 actors. The story itself is incredible in exposing the extent to which the state; judiciary, Tories and police will conspire with bosses to keep workers down. The same class struggle goes on today, only yesterday we saw how Blacklisted workers were treated when protesting at the HQ of Blacklisters Laing O'Rourke, a company who 'incidentally' were also involved in 1972. How the class struggle changes whilst at the same time stays the same. Lest we forget."

  • Fatima Uygun

    "Great wee play, 'United We Stand'. Touring across Britain. Great musical
    direction by John Kirkpatrick"

  • Susan E Heron

    Yeah their use of music and there ability to change characters completely with a hat - amazing

  • Jim Monaghan

    are great, very few theatre groups doing real political stuff these days. I was lucky to be warm-up act for them when they toured The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists at Loganlea Miners. Neil is brilliant, I love the way they use music

  • JIM Carlin

    "just back from the show . thoroughly enjoyed it very powerful performance , great acting and of historical significance and importance for trade union activists and socialists"

  • Stephen Smellie

    Great performance in Blantyre last night. Neil and Paul delivered the story songs and humor in great style. I'd buy a cd of the songs if one was available.

  • Hannah Norris

    "I went to see United We Stand at the Lantern Theatre in Liverpool this evening, it was very enjoyable and compelling from start to finish.

    The builders’ strike was something I really didn’t know a lot about previously, I wasn’t actually born for another 21 years! However I’ve always had an interest in trade unions and demonstrations for better conditions due to members of my family being arrested as part of the miners’ strike. (This is something that gets discussed at great length at family gatherings after a few sherbets!)

    It was so eye-opening to see how the legal system and the press manipulated facts. I will definitely be following the Shrewsbury 24 campaign. How ridiculous and unjust that they were kept away from their families, all for peaceful demonstrations. The scene in which the police officer interviewed Des Warren made me feel disgusted about what had happened. Good on you for telling their story and doing it justice, also adding some hilarious moments too – absolutely loved the way politicians and the police were ridiculed.

    I’d spotted The Guardian (3 stars, bastards!) had said, ‘Whatever your politics, this a production worth seeing,’ to be honest I don’t really ‘do’ politics. I tend to feel pretty apathetic when it comes to the matter, as I know a lot of people my age do. Without sounding too much like my Dad, ‘Politicians are all the bloody same these days.’ I find 1970s and 80s politics far more interesting, and it made a nice change to actually experience something that fired a political interest in me, so thank you for that.

    I completely and utterly take my hat off to William Fox and Neil Gore – how they learnt all the words I’ll never know! I wish them and the rest of the team all the best for the rest of the tour. "

  • Dave Parr

    United we stand was superb, thought provoking and emotional! Apart from that it was rubbish!! If I could find the time I would love to see it again. Thank you Townsend productions for a brilliant Friday night

  • Phil Jackson and Heather Sinclair

    "A message to the comrades who performed We Will Be Free and for all
    those who made it possible

    Just to say we really enjoyed the performance the other night, it was
    brilliantly done and clearly the message still resonates today. I
    remember seeing 7:84 doing the Six Men of Dorset in 1984 during the
    miners strike and have seen Bill Forsythes Comrades, but this stands
    alongside those. Keep doing what you're doing because we really need
    our stuff performed.

    Could you do one based on the Levellers/Diggers, Light Shining In
    Bucks, True Levellers Standard Advanced etc or
    Paris Commune, not sure how they could be done with two performers but
    I'm sure you would find a way.

    Slainte mhath, good luck and 'we are many they are few'

    Phil Jackson and Heather Sinclair"

  • Jon Berry

    "We Will be Free is a brilliantly executed and poignant telling of the stories of the founders of the modern trade union movement. Through song, poetry and fun we are reminded that those of us in the workers' movement have to keep on fighting for ideas that we've inherited and which are as relevant today as they were nearly two centuries ago.'

    Jon Berry
    Hertfordshire Association of Trades Councils"