"Clare Cameron’s report of how the king finds his mother/mate hanging, “turning”, is given with depth and simplicity"
Alexander Gilmour, Financial Times
Dir. Adam Spreadbury-Maher
★★★★ The Guardian, ★★★★ What's On Stage, ★★★★ Entertainment Focus, ★★★★ The Public Reviews , ★★★★ The Jewish Chronicle ★★★★★ Onestoparts, ★★★★★ Ham & High
"what keeps the play on an even keel, dramatically, is that our sympathies are also enlisted for the troubled Jenny, whom Clare Cameron invests with a blazing anger"
"gutsy performances, particularly from Cameron"
Matt Trueman, www.timeout.co.uk
"Clare Cameron is particularly fine in handling her moments of breakdown"
" Clare Cameron delivers another astonishing performance of raw emotion as the disturbed Jenny Young...Cameron gives a brave and acutely-considered performance that it's impossible to look away from."
"Clare Cameron as the daughter/patient has the most challenging acting task, and convincingly takes her character on the journey from scepticism through vulnerability to rage, self-righteousness and the mechanical parroting of psychobabble - all the more impressively as Wesker's fragmented structure makes her go through those stages out of sequence."
"The play is worth seeing just for the excellent performances by Clare Cameron as the supposedly abused daughter Jenny and Shelley Lang who plays her sister Abigail."
"directed and acted with paint-peeling intensity."
Ben Brantley, www.nytimes.com
SOMEONE TO BLAME
Dir. David Mercatali
★★★★ The Independent, ★★★★ What's on Stage, ★★★★ Entertainment Focus, ★★★★ The Public Reviews, ★★★★★ Ham & High
"A powerfully compelling and convincing verbatim piece" The Independent
"gripping...brought vividly alive" British Theatre Guide
"highly charged...sharply crafted.." Time Out
"Unilaterally the ensemble was fantastic; giving performances amazing for their simplicity..." The Public Reviews
"The range displayed by the ensemble is nothing short of fascinating, Clare Cameron is evenly convincing both as the apathetic key witness and Sam's obstinate lawyer." ExtraExtra
"Clare Cameron, currently also starring in Denial, continues to impress in a multitude of parts ranging from the feckless teenage "witness" ..to Hallam's hard-edged solicitor... It's a great showcase for Cameron's incredible versatility as an actor, as she slips seemingly effortlessly between characters often in the space of a few heartbeats."
"The ensemble actors, however, are the ones who stole the show, with their ability to flip-flop from chav to posh attorney in seconds. .....Clare Cameron gave ice-queen a whole new meaning in her simultaneous characters, impressing us with her various juxtaposed roles." So So Gay
LOVE, QUESTION MARK
Dir. Robert Gillespie
★★★★ Entertainment Focus
"an outstanding performance from Clare Cameron as Maria....She commands the stage in every shape possible....Cameron commands the night in Love, Question Mark and justly so."
"The show also features a stand-out performance by Clare Cameron....And she has a voice like a lark to boot "
"an outstandingly brilliant performance by Clare Cameron who steals the stage from the very second she appears on it."
" Clare Cameron's Maria is equally captivating.. The far greater challenge for her is to retain the audience's sympathy when Maria slips into malice, wishing to inflict revenge on the easily-manipulated Michael for all the wrongs that men have perpetrated on her. It's a clever twist on the gaoled becomes the gaoler theme; but Cameron never loses sight of Maria's vulnerability"
" ..wonderfully performed by Stuart Sessions and Clare Cameron."