What the popular press had to say...
"Superb lacerating staging, with an extraordinary performance from Douglas Hodge as the tormented anti-hero who lashes out at everyone around him but hurts no one more than himself, one often seems to be inhabiting someone else’s nightmare...Though Inadmissible Evidence is deeply uncomfortable play to sit through, you leave the theatre in no doubt that you have seen a great actor doing complete justice to a dark masterpiece."
Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph
"The play remains unwieldy, its brittle structure reflecting the main character's disintegration. But it has a deep emotional charge, and Hodge delivers one of the performances of the year."
Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standard
"The whole thing is soured by selfishness. Avoid."
Quentin Letts for The Daily Mail
"A powerful study of a tortured hero at the end of his tether...this play's scream of pain has a visceral impact...Although I find other Osborne plays more socially resonant, none pins down quite as vividly as this the "nagging sense of disquiet" that characterised the author's own life."
Michael Billington for The Guardian