Public Review **** I'm A Londoner
Each monologue is refreshingly short yet charming and entertaining. Some are touching, some are more amusing than others, but all raise some important points and opinions about what it is to be ‘a Londoner’.
British Theatre Guide **** I'm A Londoner
The production neatly dovetails each monologue with the next; lighting, sound and direction are never obtrusive and always supportive. With theatrically carefully planned, what comes over seems essentially verismo - all but one, at any rate - feel like real-life encounters.
London Paper **** I'm A Londoner
The show holds up a mirror to our city lifestyle with its clash of cultures and varied people. - worthwhile opportunity to get to know your London better, and with plenty of laughs. If you thought you knew London, think again.
Afridiziak **** 1867
1867 is an engrossing play inspired by the life of Madam CJ Walker, a woman considered to be the first African-American, self-made millionaire. The play was truly captivating.
British Theatre Guide **** 1867
‘I am a woman who came from the cotton fields of the South. From there I was promoted to the washtub. From there I was promoted to the cook kitchen. And from there I promoted myself into the business of manufacturing hair goods and preparations...I have built my own factory. An amazing story.
Remote Goat **** Black Comedy by Peter Shaffer
The production contains some well-crafted performances. Most notable is Cox as Colonel Melkett, whose peacock-like parading as Carol's perpetually offended father provides several laughs.
London is cool **** Citiest of Cities
With their spiced up theories on London’s history. What I found truly amazing was the constant flow of laughs the show produced and the sheer variety of subject matters they covered.