For Fran & Leni 

“A bittersweet rampage through a friendship that weathers one of Britain’s great social upheavals. Profanity meets poetry…energetic performances that balance knife-edged irony with heart-rending sensitivity while thrashing out foul-mouthed quips…a provocative, observational piece.” ★★★★ – The Stage

“Bittersweet story of two girls’ rebellion against the machine. At times laugh out loud funny, at others provocative, and at others deeply sad, Fran & Leni lives up to its feminist punk inspirations”  ★★★★ – To Do List 

“Brings the tale of two lost punk souls alive…Fran & Leni is a darkly romantic comedy that is effortlessly delivered and full of life.”The F Word

For Pramkicker

“A real gem” ★★★★ – The Guardian
“Terrific…funny & sharply observed”The Scotsman
★★★★ – Three Weeks
“Hilarious” – Fest
★★★★ – Fringe Review

For The Bastard Children of Remington Steele

“Wow. I expected to laugh. I expected good writing. I expected the daft. But tears? Thank you.” – Hardeep Singh Kohli

“Quite the funniest play I have ever seen. GO.” – Fleet Street Fox

“Brilliant… very funny and strange and beautiful” – Isy Suttie

“Exceptional theatre… A masterpiece… Have renewed faith in Fringe Festival theatre…” – Fringe Review

“Mega amazing” – Jenny Eclair

“Beyond brilliant” – Phill Jupitus

“Top notch” – Al Murray

“Tightly edited, snappy and very funny… in terms of set-piece scenes, there are some absolute corkers… hilarious.” – Exeunt Magazine

“Dynamic… excellently crafted and very funny.” – The Public Reviews

For The Secret Wives of Andy Williams 

“Bizarre, oddly touching comedy… like Father Ted with a darker streak.” – ★★★★ Three Weeks

“Compelling” – The Scotsman

Other Press

“Twisted genius” – GQ

“Wonderful” – Time Out

“Top act” – The Sun

“Darkly comic” – The Spectator

“Superb” – Edinburgh Evening News

“Perfect” – British Theatre Guide


“Truly amazing” – The New Current

“Eccentric… very funny.” – The Quotidian Times

“Hats off… a beautifully written, heartwarming tale of loss & friendship.” ★★★★ – Fringe Biscuit

“Quirky, laugh out-loud… indelible comic images of depravity” – Chortle

“Stands out… delightful” – Edinburgh Guide