Posted by Miranda Lee, Comedy Festival VIP Blogger - 22 May 2012
My feelings about her fluctuate between extreme jealously for her likeability and natural comedic timing, and wanting badly to be her friend.
I had high hopes for him when I attended his full show on Thursday, and I wasn’t disappointed
Posted by Darren Bevan - TVNZ.co.nz - 19 May 2012
"his warm, charming and whimsically laugh out loud funny show is one of the best doing the rounds - here's hoping The Greatest Hits show becomes a nationwide tour and everyone gets to enjoy the Wilson Dixon experience."
Posted by Daniel Rutledge, TV3.co.nz - 18 May 2012
New Zealand’s finest circus talent performing on a rotating central stage was one of the naughtiest, weirdest and most entertaining events I’ve been to in quite some time.
Posted by Bridget Jones, stuff.co.nz - 18 May 2012
The room was howling with laughter as she read her list of Saddest Tweets from New Zealand Celebrities, and there is a line about a certain clothing store that was easily the truest thing said on a comedy stage this festival.
Posted by theatrescenes.co.nz - Rosabel Tan - 18 May 2012
It’s exciting to see a show that’s politically aware, and one that’s intelligent and amusing in equal measure.
Posted by Dan Hutchinson, TV3 - 17 May 2012
But as the [audience] applauded, they were left with some serious truths as well. S’truth.
Posted by Nik Smthye - theatreview.org.nz - 17 May 2012
All in all Revolver is a remarkable, raunchy and risibly rude night at the cabaret circus.
Posted by Reynald Castaneda - 17 May 2012
Richard Meros Salutes the Southern Man deserves a salute of its own.
Posted by Daniel Rutledge, TV3 - 17 May 2012
Jan Maree is definitely one of New Zealand's best comedians