A theatre company has been forced to issue an embarrassing apology after mistakenly claiming a one-star review called its Nazi-themed play 'spectacular'.
Craft, based in London, was left red-faced when it misquoted a piece on its production, 'A Nazi Comparison'.
The misquote was sent out on the company's newsletter and was later put on its Facebook page.
A Nazi Comparison is about a woman who sees similarities between Nazi ideology and western imperialism, after reading a play by Hitler's favourite playwright.
Artistic director Rocky Rodriguez Jr has since apologised for the blunder and the quotes have been taken down.
He said: 'To be honest, what happened was that a company member with a bit too much access to Craft's internal mechanisms let their emotions dictate their choice here. I have taken down the post.
Reviewer Mr Haydon said the company had 'crossed the line' by changing the meaning of his review.
'However they seem to be a very small fringe company who are probably still learning about making theatre and about how to do pull-quotes', he told Press Gazette.