18/04/18 Miro Magazine Tremor: ‘Diveney has a vulnerability that pulls the audience in but also gives a sense of the strength within her’

01/02/18 WhatsOnStage Lisa Diveney to star in Brad Birch's Tremor

26/06/15 Exeunt Magazine The Seagull: 'Lisa Diveney’s interpretation of Masha is a explosive, modern and relatable to'

25/06/15 The Guardian The Seagull: 'vibrant work from Lisa Diveney, as a self-destructive Masha’

25/06/15 Financial Times The Seagull: ‘Lisa Diveney’s superbly miserable and sardonic Masha’

25/06/15 Time Out The Seagull: ‘Diveney’s Masha shows what it’s like to be devoured from inside by her hopeless passion’

25/06/15 The Times The Seagull: 'Lisa Diveney’s depressed, blatantly alcoholic Masha, is a riveting, rage-filled, hollow eyed mess’

24/06/15 Huffington Post The Seagull: ‘A bravura performance from Lisa Diveney as Masha’

04/06/15 Ham & High The Seagull: ‘Lisa Diveney’s seething alcoholic ‘impresses’

12/01/15 Evening Standard Donkey Heart: 'a lovely performance from Lisa Diveney'

09/01/15 Official London Theatre Donkey Heart: 'Lisa Diveney as a gutsy and intelligent Sasha'

14/05/14 The Stage Donkey Heart: 'there are some rich, rounded performances, particularly from Lisa Diveney as fiery daughter Sasha’

13/05/14 The Guardian Donkey Heart: 'an excellent Lisa Diveney'

12/05/14 Evening Standard Donkey Heart: ‘A superb cast includes Lisa Diveney as the endlessly frustrated Sasha’

28/09/13 Wales Arts Review Parallel Lines: ‘Lisa Diveney, as Julia, rounds off an accomplished ensemble with a performance that builds intelligently’

14/04/11Exeunt Magazine Moonlight: 'a wispy Lisa Diveney is affecting as the dead daughter'