Set to become a smash hit all over again... It is the combination of strong plotting and zinging dialogue that makes this play so addictive and disconcerting. --Telegraph
Underneath the virtuosic language and the dark laughter, this is a play about damaged people... You won't find much better ensemble acting than this, nor a play that so effectively punctures the pretensions of a hermetic gangland culture. --Guardian
Mojo takes on a memorable sense of consequence, a vivid sense of damage. Something stylish becomes substantial. --The Times
Butterworth's rock and roll Soho gangster comedy has a super-hot cast, a filthy mouth, and more pungent moments than a hangover on Berwick Street. This is as sharp as the West End gets.
Sublimely confident, bristling with masculine energy and menace... A confident and ballsy play which explodes its vision of the perils of hopeless, cocksure, violent, seedy criminality with volcanic power. --The Stage