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  1. Robin Pickett

    Just came back from seeing the show at Brighton dome. This was a perfect blend of martial arts, hip hop and manga, with brilliantly intricate and exciting choreography and some incredibly talented acrobatic performers. For me Michele Rhyner (Soo Lin) and Tommy Franzen (Wang Tang) shone particularly brightly in tonight’s performance, which was a feast for the eyes and a show quite unlike anything I have ever seen before. Thank you for bringing this to Brighton!

  2. Shaun B

    I enjoyed the dance moves that were used and thought they went well with the choice of music. The show was very pleasurable and the loud music made my heart beat intensify increasing the whole experience. I feel that the use of the projector was used to its full potential and added that extra that was needed, this made the story seem so real in a way that it reached me and when something happened to the characters I felt as though it was happening to someone who I knew personally and that was the best thing about the performance. The actors and actresses played their parts beautifully and I would recommend this show to people of all ages because it was a true experience everybody should have in their life. before I had watched this show I was not a big fan of performances whereas now I would gladly watch another show thanks to this awe inspiring performance.

  3. dom

    just got to show mad respect and appreciation and awe for your production of The Five and the Prophecy of Prana ..i went to check it in Poole at the lighthouse …told loads of people but not enough recognised the dopeness that would unfold !! i took my bro his teenage son , my friend and his teenage daughter and they didnt know what to expect but they from the world of the quick digital fix loved every second ..i had my hopes but also my UK cynicism… this SHOW WAS INCREDIBLE , EVERY DETAIL , EVERY IDEA , EVERY SCENE REALLY BLEW US ALL AWAY… PEOPLE NEED THIS IN THEIR LIVES ITS THE TRUTH ! I REALLY LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING PART 2 !! BUT IM GONNA GO SEE IT SOMWHERE WHERE THE PEOPLE COME OUT N REPRESENT AS I BET THE VIBES GO OFF !! INCREDIBLE PRODUCTION , CONCEPT THROUGH TO REALITY…RESPECT IN EVERY ASPECT ..from an old school bboy /kung fu fan … peace

  4. Gwen

    Awesomeeee , I loved it, I’m in awe of these people

  5. Jay Vanegas

    My daughter and I saw the last show of the year in Cardiff and what a show it was. The fusion of street dance and martial arts was genius. I’m now kicking myself I didn’t see the show on the two days it was running in Cardiff. The storyline was in places funny, sad, thrilling and easy enough for my 9 year daughter to follow and understand. I defy anyone not to groove in their seat over the musical score. This show will make you want to do very badly dubbed, slow motion kung foo fighting as soon as you leave the theatre. I know me and my daughter did. We can’t wait for the second part of the story or even to see the show again.

  6. Jay Vanegas

    My daughter and I saw the last show of the year in Cardiff and what a show it was. The fusion of street dance and martial arts was genius. I’m now kicking myself I didn’t see the show on the two days it was running in Cardiff. The storyline was in places funny, sad, thrilling and easy enough for my 9 year daughter to follow and understand. I defy anyone not to groove in their seat over the musical score. This show will make you want to do very badly dubbed, slow motion kung fu fighting as soon as you leave the theatre. I know me and my daughter did. We can’t wait for the second part of the story or even to see the show again.