**** Guardian review: "racily exciting"
Beth Steel scored a big hit in 2014 with Wonderland, which examined the scars left by the miners’ strike 30 years earlier. In Labyrinth, she again goes back to the 1980s, this time to probe the Latin American debt crisis. The result is a racily exciting work that offers the most compelling theatrical study of high finance since Lucy Prebble’s Enron and which suggests chilling parallels with what is happening today in the eurozone. ... This is invigorating, informative stuff. ****