Enron mention from the Guardian:
"...Lucy Prebble produced one of the most incisive political dramas of the decade. Rupert Goold directed it with dazzle, like a hi-tech danse macabre; among raptor puppets and neon, Samuel West turned memorably from smoothie chops to shambles..."
His parents Prunella Scales and Timothy West mentioned Sam's Whatsonstage award nomination at the awards' launch party (via MonaMCMLXX).
Waste is on the Times' list of the best theatre of the decade:
"...Another excellent Granville Barker revival, Waste, felt uncannily relevant, dwelling on such high Edwardian topics as the disestablishment of the Church of England, along with grittier stuff. Samuel West's production did it handsome justice..."
A tweet from Sam about Equity's Manifesto for Theatre:
"I'm going on The World At One on R4 today (about 1.20pm) to talk about Equity's concern over regional theatres: more funding = fewer jobs."
The (unfortunately short) discussion will be available on iPlayer until this Friday.