Extract from a 5 Star review of Unspoken at Edinburgh Fringe 2018… written by Sally Christmas…

‘Unspoken’ is a stunning piece theatre of based on the real experiences of the cast who form part of the Bravo 22 Company, a recovery through the arts programme for veterans. Moving, thought provoking and somehow still funny, ‘Unspoken’ is a must-see production… All the performances were extremely strong, but Tip Cullen’s character, known only as ‘The Man’, was truly something else. His pieces about finding his corner of the world were subtle yet powerful, and the story of the connection he feels to his great grandfather, a brave soldier who is now just a “sepia faded photograph in a frame on a sideboard,” left me in awe. An enigmatic and isolated role, Cullen’s portrayal stands out.’

Extract from a 4 star review of Unspoken at Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018…written by Miles Jackson…

‘There’s something Chekhovian to ‘Unspoken’… An ex-marine speaks of his great grandfather fighting on the Somme in a poetic series of monologues that contrast his enormous sacrifice with its ultimate pointlessness…Tip Cullen gives a standout performance as the aforementioned ex-Marine, totally captivating the audience with his forlorn face and thick Northern Irish brogue.’

Western Morning News, Oct 18…

Plymouth Evening Herald, Oct 18…