British Theatre Guide
"Vertigo is the last installment of Red Shift's Picture House triptych of theatre productions drawing on source material best known through landmark movies. It follows hot on the heels of The Third Man and Get Carter. Best known as Hitchcock's classic movie, Jonathan Holloway unearths the original tale that inspired a great film and in the process uncovers another lost gem."
BBC website arts review
"Visual genius and superb staging heightened the intrigue. The actors/actresses were pure diamond edged talent. A classic triumph, a superbly adapted masterpiece and a must see theatre production."
What's On Stage
"I must confess that I've only seen one Red Shift production - Vertigo - but it left me raging to see more. Their style inhabits the kind of exciting ground that never gets seen in London. Too modest for the Barbican, too original for the West End. Their version of the French novel that Hitchcock once filmed was set, improbably, in an institutionalized communal bathroom, yet the creative excitement of the production grabbed me from start to finish. I've missed something over the years by not catching their work before."