**** “A precise and subtle picture of family crisis.” The Observer

**** “Unforgettably poignant.” The Times

**** “This new play by Robert Holman is elusive, beautiful and incredibly moving.” The Stage

***** “In this bubble of a beautiful world, a pocket universe, Holman wields the immense power and staggering simplicity of words.” Exeunt Magazine

“The acting is first-rate and Holman is very good at exploring the waywardness of passion” The Guardian

**** “A Breakfast of Eels is right up there with his best” What’s On Stage

**** “Robert Holman’s play is a vivid, satisfying portrait of two very different men” Time Out

**** “The work possesses rare insight and intensity” The Public Reviews

**** “Robert Holman’s plays are poignant, slow-burning and indirect.” London Evening Standard

Read Simon Stephens in the Guardian (10 Mar 2015) : “My favourite living writer? Robert Holman, dramatist of secrets and shyness”

Read an interview with Robert Holman by WhatsOnStage here: ‘I’m not trying to be difficult.’