Review from Arts Scene in Wales

“To Kill a Machine questions something so fundamental, so ingrained within society and across cultures, and so ultimately problematic: the distinction between man and woman.”

“the writing is so strong in dramatic terms it concurrently opens up the universal and intensely personal at the heart of the Turing story”

“In the hands of director Angharad Lee, the script flourishes and retains the wonderful theatrical intimacy that the story within requires.”

“Gwydion Rhys gives a virtuoso performance as Alan Turing playing the part with great sensitivity and conviction. Rather than playing the homosexuality or the stammer he played the objectives of logic that ruled Turing throughout his life, for better and for worse: a stunning performance.”

Read the full review of the Edinburgh preview show at the Gate Arts centre here