"Constellations has been scaled up without bloat, and it’s every bit as affecting as I remember. Tom Scutt’s set is, as it was, a tabula rasa — a black box punctuated by suspended clusters of white balloons, lighted with finesse by Lee Curran — on which small, individual destinies may be written, and rewritten, ad infinitum."
Ben Brantley, New York Times
"This is recession Britain ... and Tom Scutt's towering tenement-like cross-section of squalid rooms is an ugly reminder of that irrefutable fact."
The Arts Desk
“The play lasts a little over an hour, but manages to dazzle, delight and dismay. Truly stellar.”
Evening Standard *****
“Tom Scutt’s design illuminates its themes in a dark space roofed by milky balloons which suggest white cells, stars or flocks of atoms.....this is charismatic theatre which makes quantum physics sexy.”