Posted by Bridget Jones, stuff.co.nz - 30 April 2012
Question: What do you get if you combine Harry Potter, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The Bold and the Beautiful and Sex and the City with a bunch of dry, clever people? Answer: A very funny Fan Fiction comedy show, that's what.
Posted by Mike Brown, bon-vivant.com.au - 30 April 2012
The story goes that while in Auckland for the New Zealand Comedy Festival last year, he stumbled into comedy club The Classic to find a bunch of twenty-somethings spinning tales on Harry Potter and Spiderman.
Posted by James Wenley - Theatre scene - 30 April 2012
This show had the best ratio of belly laughs to length that I can recall.
Posted by Stephanie Bunbury, The Age - 30 April 2012
If you're looking for examples of how the internet has changed practically every game in town, look no further than the story of Idiots of Ants.
Posted by Concreteplayground.co.nz - 29 April 2012
The sketches are quick-witted and clever.
Posted by Sharu Delilkan - Theatre Scenes - 29 April 2012
Idiots of Ants epitomises typical British warped humour at its best, which was lapped up with great fervour.
Posted by Joanna Page - Theatre review - 29 April 2012
Trust me – they're definitely worth checking out.
Posted by Darren Bevan, TVNZ - 29 April 2012
It was the cult sleeper hit of last year's NZ International comedy Festival and now it's back - having had a successful run in Aussie just prior to coming home to these shores.
Posted by Darren Bevan, tvnz.co.nz - 28 April 2012
With the scope of talent on show here, it's hard for any of the acts to get more than a few minutes of comedy going with the crowd - but, despite some jetlag, they all gave it their best shot.
Posted by Scott Kara, NZ Herald - 28 April 2012
With his ridiculously sculpted hairdo and constant stream of one liners that are silly, fantastical and mundane all in one, star British comedian Milton Jones inspires a special kind of laugh.