'Facinating. A funny, dark, and strangely dreamy work about humankind’s desire to colonise the other' ★★★★ Time Out
'Cleverly pitched. Dissects what happens when we justify what we do to others in the interests of science, society and maintaining power.' ★★★★ The Guardian
'Wow, is all I can say' ★★★★ The Times
'Witty but disturbing... brilliant' ★★★★ The Stage
'A raw, joyous psych-rock freakout' ★★★★ The Scotsman
'Tackling that difficult second show with real confidence, Breach Theatre... offer an engaging deadpan satire... This is likely to be the only time you will ever attend a show that features verbatim contributions from a dolphin. Tank’s verbatim element is important, because all verbatim theatre raises questions around who owns and tells a story, how it is edited and how it is received. At one point, there is an attempt to present what we are seeing as a love story, a reminder that all stories can be manipulated.Tank may be about colonisation but it wears such themes with a light touch in a cleverly pitched, often comic, multi-layered show.' Lyn Gardner, The Guardian ★★★★
Winner of a Fringe First Award 2016.