London reviews:

‘…a fabulous piece of theatre… it made us laugh, cry and everything in between…’ **** Views From the Gods – read the full review here.

‘…well written and superbly acted… A good way to spend an hour if you want a laugh.’ **** London Theatre 1 – read the full review here.

‘…quite moving and genuinely poignant…’ ***1/2 Reviews Hub – read the full review here.

‘…expertly executed and sometimes laugh out loud funny.’ ***1/2 Rev Stan – read the full review here.

‘…uproariously funny. …pitch-perfect writing and [the] flawless comic timing…’ A Younger Theatre – read the full review here.

London previews:

One of Theatre.London’s top five shows to seeCamden Review’s picks of the fringe and The Play’s the Thing’s picks of the fringe – Camden Fringe 2016.

And Jonny Freeman who plays Rupert, talks about the play here:

Brighton reviews:

‘…a lot to enjoy… absolutely hilarious one-liners…’ **** Fringe Guru – read the full review here.

‘…has the audience in stitches on more than one occasion...’ *** Reviews Hub – read the full review here.

‘…a funny show with a serious message that doesn’t moralise…’ Chris on Theatre – read the full review here.
Chris also gave us an ‘honourable mention’ among his picks of 2016’s fringe.

Brighton previews:

The Reviews Hub Brighton Bites gives you a taste of what the show’s all about…

…we were interviewed about all things Signal and Sellotape by Broadway Baby and Fringe Review (you have to scroll down a bit to find it!).

…AND theatre blogger Chris Neville-Smith made us his top BOLD choice for what’s worth watching at 2016’s Brighton Fringe.