Posted by Kate Copstick, edinburgh-festivals.com - 24 April 2012
This is an unexpectedly sweet show. So be aware that, having shelled out for the tickets, they will not get you angry JJ, ranting JJ or wild boy JJ. They get you a new JJ - and he is quite delightful.
Posted by Shannon Deery, Herald Sun - 22 April 2012
Stars: ★★★★ It takes a bit of ego to throw the word “awesome” in the name of your act - but when you’ve got it flaunt it.
Posted by Ray Murray, Melbourne Festival - 22 April 2012
Dan Willis is effortless on stage, a natural performer with a like-ability more famous comedians would kill for.
Posted by Tim Richards, The Age - 22 April 2012
3.5 Stars - In an hour, Desai also banters entertainingly with the audience about his childhood movie-going and the lack of ethnic diversity in science fiction, but it's his impressions that really shine.
Posted by Elly Varrenti, The Age - 22 April 2012
4 Stars - This rock power trio is The Jimi Hendrix Experience only Irish and funnier.
Posted by Helen Razer, The Age - 20 April 2012
4 Stars. It is the sworn duty of comedians to shun the well-adjusted and well-dressed.
Posted by James Watkins, t-squat.com - 18 April 2012
5 Stars - Two grown men parade around in flesh coloured G-strings.
Posted by Steve Bennett, Chortle - 18 April 2012
4 Stars - Just when you thought comedy couldn’t get any geekier, along comes Fanfciton Comedy.
Posted by Guy Masterson, fringereview.co.uk - 18 April 2012
4 stars MUST SEE
Posted by Jan Chandler, The Stage - 18 April 2012
The stage is set for an hour of non-stop laughter courtesy of the one and only Cal Wilson.