There are Crimes and Crimes, by August Strindberg, British Premiere
Leicester Haymarket Theatre

‘The play stands comparison with Strindberg’s best work. There’s no doubt that this is a night that gets to Strindberg’s rancid heart. Walker (who also co- directs) charts a compelling progress from tarnished triumph to bitter despair’
The Telegraph

‘This production moves seamlessly from funeral March to can-can, and from cemetery to cafe society, gets the measure of a drama that is tragic and comic, melodramatic and understated in equal measure‘
The Guardian

‘At the heart of it all is Timothy Walker as Maurice. He carves his way through this production as majestically as a liner ploughing it’s way through the ocean. This is definitely one of the gems in the Haymarket season. ’
The Stage

Strindberg rarity of guilt and passion is a real find. Heroically performed by (Co-Director) Timothy Walker’
Daily Mail

‘You have to applaud the theatre for its enterprising vision in giving There are Crimes and Crimes the prominence it merits.’
The Independent