" I thought Britain's Home of Tomorrow Today was funny and well conceived, beautiful constructed and authentic and set-like in equal measure. I liked the fact it was collaboratively labelled, rather than a group show, and the opening performance was Dadaistly hilarious. Which is to say armingly funny, it said far too much about where we are headed politically than I care to mention. A clown-like-figure, dressed in traditional, canonical (read Oxbridge) formal wear conducting the living rooms of the notion with such authority and misplaced conviction makes me shudder. Well done.
The lighting was also good. I can imagine it looked a bit brothel like from outside. Nothing sinister but enough ti make the net curtains of the neighbours, the jones', Twitch"