“The most important play of the last decade” – Deborah Frances-White on The Guilty Feminist podcast

“Sadie Hasler’s bruising comedy takes an irreverent point of view. A funny, verbally brutal two-woman play…a blistering script…unfolds with the energy of a barroom tale…” – The Washington Post

“A shot of high energy fun…thoughtful writing that never forgets to be funny; a real gem” ★★★★ – The Guardian

“Terrific…funny & sharply observed” – The Scotsman

“Spiky, lively, foul-mouthed…This is a gem” ★★★★ – Three Weeks

“Hilarious… sex jokes so rude it’s worth not having children just so they’d never have to hear them” – Fest

“Uproariously funny …has the audience guffawing throughout… empowering and enlivening” ★★★★ – Fringe Review

“Hasler’s desperately funny play takes a potshot at a few sacred cows as the author explores what it means to be a modern woman… satisfying and emotionally resonant.” – The Stage

“Superb… Bristling with defiance… Will live long in the memory” – Fringe Guru

“Beautifully delivered… Lovely chemistry – makes me miss my own sisters… Delightful, empowering, gratifying…” – The F Word

“Funny and moving…a perfect night of theater … The stars are aligning on Capitol Hill… Pramkicker scores big on all levels…”BROADWAY WORLD

“It doesn’t get better than this” – DC METRO 

“Witty & ribald” – DC THEATRE SCENE

“A scintillating kick of a story… The writing is so deft… Don’t miss Pramkicker. It’s witty and funny and serious and gives one hope for surviving what life throws at us”– MARYLAND THEATRE SCENE 




“Vital, raucous, angry, dreamy, filthy, funny… Joyous, loud & proud, complex & soulful… It’s a cracker” – David Eldridge

“Such beautiful writing and gorgeous depictions of women” – Morgan Lloyd Malcolm

“Incredible…made me cheer, roar & weep” – Deborah Frances-White, Guilty Feminist

“Incredibly moving” – Alun Armstrong

“Excellent… Hilarious & poignant” – Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly

“Full of humour and imaginative wordplay… Garish & glorious, intriguing & in-your-face”– The Stage

“Bold, brave, fearless & funny… Stiletto Beach is a powerful polemic against stereotypical portrayals of Essex girls” – Broadway Baby

“Hilarious…remarkable…hard-hitting emotionality… It was no surprise when the cast were given a standing ovation as the curtain fell” – Romford Recorder




“A bittersweet rampage through a friendship that weathers one of Britain’s great social upheavals. Profanity meets poetry…energetic performances that balance knife-edged irony with heart-rending sensitivity while thrashing out foul-mouthed quips…a provocative, observational piece.” ★★★★ – The Stage

“Bittersweet story of two girls’ rebellion against the machine. At times laugh out loud funny, at others provocative, and at others deeply sad, Fran & Leni lives up to its feminist punk inspirations”  ★★★★ – To Do List 

“Brings the tale of two lost punk souls alive…Fran & Leni is a darkly romantic comedy that is effortlessly delivered and full of life.” – The F Word

“Unrelenting amazingness… Theatrical magic… The teenage epiphany chimed like a church bell at midnight… Fran & Leni perfectly captures the magic of the time. BLOODY AMAZING” ★★★★★ – Vive la Rock magazine

“Boisterous, brash, shameless… Extremely poetic… Uninhibited” ★★★★ – Reviews Hub

“A great piece of theatre: refreshing, rude and relevant. It not only passed the Bechdel test, it stamped a spike-studded boot in the face of the plays that don’t.” – Broadway Baby



“Twisted genius” – GQ

“Wonderful” – Time Out

“Darkly comic” – The Spectator

“Perfect” – British Theatre Guide

“Superb” – Edinburgh Evening News

“Quirky, laugh-out-loud…indelible comic images of depravity” – Chortle



“Guffaw out loud funny. Sadie Hasler’s The Bastard Children of Remington Steele is proof that British fringe theatre must be cherished…where all the interesting and off-the-wall ideas are.” – Jenny Eclair

“Bizarre, oddly touching comedy…like Father Ted with a darker streak.” – Three Weeks

“Truly amazing” – The New Current

“Top notch” – Al Murray

“Outstanding. This is a completely original masterpiece of a story…Hasler takes words and turns them into comedic poetry in motion leaving the audience falling about laughing with the crazy hilarity of it all. Turning language on its head, reversing everything and making poignant statements with such a quirky twist ensures the language is both sophisticated, and most importantly brand new…has restored my faith in new writing. I absolutely wait with baited breath for the next show she produces.” – Fringe Review

“One play not to be missed” – Broadway Baby



“Compelling” – The Scotsman

“Particularly wonderful, caring, world-weary, and supremely wise” – Three Weeks

“Hats off…a beautifully written, heartwarming tale of loss and friendship” – Fringe Biscuit