Posted by Kym Clayton, thebarefootreview.com.au - 28 March 2012
His ‘one-finger method’ of organ instruction tickled everyone’s fancy as he demonstrated its effect with a bit of audience participation in a ménage a quatre...
Posted by Gordon Armstrong, whereilive.com.au - 28 March 2012
No wonder the Axis has been a hit worldwide hit. May they keep spinning in the right direction.
Posted by adelaidetweet.com - 28 March 2012
If you thoroughly enjoy dramatic theatre with a reasonably factual, rich historical background, this is a performance that you would find engaging and amusing.
Posted by Terry MacTavish, Theatreview - 28 March 2012
He is so very funny that from the moment he welcomes us personally into the theatre we are willing to laugh along as he mocks all we hold dear.
Posted by thebarefootreview.com.au - 28 March 2012
Amos keeps his audience gasping and laughing with a torrent of family stories and his own take on parenthood, the value of one versus multiple offspring.
Posted by heckler.com.au - 28 March 2012
In fact they are funny, enlightening and just the right amount of uncomfortable.
Posted by adelaidenow.com.au - 19 March 2012
"JESUS is a Cockney and transvestites have magical powers ... or is that unicorns?"
Posted by punch.com.au at the Adelade Fringe - 13 March 2012
"Southern presents a breezy, bright and exuberant show that zips along, utterly engaging the audience, entertaining and educating them in a wonderful and manic hour of comedy".
Posted by Tash McGill, Auckland Scene
This is must-see, nerve-wrenching, white-knuckle comedy that tackles all those things your mother told you never to talk about at the dinner table
Posted by Kate Ward-Smythe, Theatreview.org.nz
What a wild ride! On the opening night of Dead Cat Bounce's NZ debut, the crowd walk out raving, laughing and totally uplifted.