By Demetrios Matheou/theartsdesk
How wonderful, then, to see Mojo where it belongs, on stage, with its original director again at the helm and a killer cast that relishes the material...
By Charles Spencer/The Telegraph
Back in 1995, Jez Butterworth’s Mojo exploded onto the stage of the Royal Court like a hand grenade. It was wickedly funny, incredibly dark and made you laugh and shiver at the same time. In my excited first-night review I wrote that everyone in the audience knew that they had been in at the birth of something special...
By Susannah Clapp/The Guardian
Before Jerusalem (2009) there was Mojo (1995). Before rural decay there was urban attack. Jez Butterworth's two big successes, fuelled by an exceptionally fruitful and enduring partnership with his director, Ian Rickson...
By Ben Dowell/Radio Times
Ron Weasley! On stage! Playing a potty-mouthed drug dealer alongside Downton Abbey's Bates, Q from Skyfall and Merlin from...Merlin...
By Michael Billington/ The Guardian
Jez Butterworth's first play burst on the scene like a fireball in 1995, and it's fascinating to see it revived now in a superlatively acted production by Ian Rickson...
Rupert Grint, Tom Rhys Harries, Daniel Mays, Colin Morgan, Ben Whishaw
By Michael Coveney/ Whats On Stage
The original team of director Ian Rickson and designer Ultz have sure got their mojo working once more. Their scintillating revival of Butterworth's 1995 debut play Mojo is as good as new in its dream-like evocation of small-time Soho mobsters tearing each other to shreds in a Dean Street nightclub...