Philip Ridley, playwright

I was fortunate enough to see Max Lindsay’s production of my play Feathers in the Snow at the Nuffield Theatre, Southampton. It was a stunningly directed show: lucid, inventive, moving, beautifully acted and delivered (as it should be, but not always is) at break neck speed. The young cast clearly adored him and he got something very special from each of them. Since

Phillip Wheeller, playwright.

I am a difficult person to have in Youth Theatre audiences as I tend to be critical. It is also difficult to be in YT audiences as people tend to want to know what I think. There has never been a problem with Max’s work. I have always been overwhelmed by it’s quality. The only issue I have with Max

Blanch McIntyre, director

I worked with Max Lindsay on The Nutcracker in 2013, and observed him directing the Nuffield Youth Theatre production of Feathers In The Snow the following spring.  The Nutcracker demanded clever handling and inventive devising in a short and pressurised time frame and Max’s job as AD put him squarely at the heart of it. He came up with endless