Posted by India Lopez, stuff.co.nz - 1 May 2012
You can't beat Kiwi hospitality. No sooner had Janey Godley touched down in Auckland than a local hoodlum tried to snatch her handbag. It was a fair mistake on his part - the diminutive Scottish comic looks every bit the harmless, mumsy type - but he had another thing coming.
Posted by Vivienne Frances Long, Entertain Me - 1 May 2012
Magic comedian or quippy anticipator, who knows what this young Englishman’s game is. Just know this: if you intend to be in Cox’s audience, ready yourself to hop on the Cox bandwagon and earn yourself a badge.
Posted by Darren Bevan - TVNZ.co.nz - 1 May 2012
"With his puzzled face, wavy hair and calm exterior, Milton Jones is a comedy festival must see"
Posted by Julie Scherer, stuff.co.nz - 1 May 2012
Behrendt's banter is witty and hilarious. It's just a shame that yesterday was the last show of his tour. But if you ever get the chance to see his stand-up routine: Do go, you won't regret it!
Posted by Darren Bevan - TVNZ.co.nz - 30 April 2012
"A large serving of very, very dry smart humour."
Posted by Theatreview - 30 April 2012
'Sit back and marvel at this master craftsman working the crowd and weaving his way into a full house of seemingly unsuspecting minds.'
Posted by Anna Murray - Yahoo.com - 30 April 2012
"'Fatal Distraction' is funny, fascinating and a bloody good hour of entertainment."
Posted by Lydia Jenkin - 30 April 2012
"The energetic trio deliver the awesomeness with a set that combines a general theme of making fun of pop music with argumentative banter."
Posted by Lydia Jenkin, NZ Herald - 30 April 2012
But this isn't just a musical show. The banter between songs is clever and relevant and hooks nicely into our relaxed antipodean humour.
Posted by Russell Baillie, NZ Herald - 30 April 2012
This year is the 20th anniversary of the New Zealand International Comedy Festival and my, how things have changed.