WINK @theatre503

Recently we supplied lighting for a debut production of WINK at theatre503, London. The show has been a huge success with not only a huge collection of stars from reviews but the show has also been nominated for 4 Off West End Awards. We’ve got a few photos and videos of what WINK is all about below.




WINK Trailer


The Reviews

LondonTheatre1 – ★★★★★

“Wink is so, so much more than just another internet play. It is a play about human beings, genuine situations and very raw, real emotions.”

“Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s script is a delight; warm, honest, funny and moving.”

“Wink is a modern play for a modern world, but its themes, and the feelings it elicits, are timeless. A triumph.”


Entertainment Focus – ★★★★★

“Sam Clemmett and Leon Williams bring this show to life and the play is really enhanced by the power and quality of their acting.”

“The set was so simple, yet so perfect.”

“Phoebe Eclair-Powell has proven what a talented young writer she is.”

“Wink is currently being shown in the tiny and intimate Theatre 503, in Battersea, which is gaining a most excellent reputation for staging some very strong work.”


Londonist – ★★★★★

“The twin streams of consciousness are note-perfect, Eclair-Powell weighting each word precisely, her phrasing both real and rich (and often very funny).”

“The stylised direction by Jamie Jackson has shades of Danny Boyle about it”


The Stage – ★★★★

“The result is both humorous and disturbing, with the playwriting being remarkably assured, well observed and emotionally convincing.”

“Movement work by Isla Jackson-Ritchie ensures that the staging is never static and creates a physical impression of the online world in what is a really exciting debut play.”


The Public Reviews – ★★★★

“it is the insight in [Eclair-Powell’s] writing and the tenderness shown towards her characters which are the most memorable features of her play.”

“this little gem reveals a new writer full of promise”



“Phoebe Eclair-Powell has created a harshly funny story of modern-day loneliness and male alienation.”

“Jamie Jackson’s boldly directed production is infused with evocative, jerky choreography “

“There’s very strong performances too from Leon Williams and Sam Clemmett.”

WINK @theatre503