Posted by Karina Abadia, ConcretePlayground - 17 May 2012
There must be something in the water in Ireland, in the potatoes I mean, because they sure do breed them funny over there
Posted by Shannon, Theatreview - 17 May 2012
He's snarky, opinionated, and hilarious.
Posted by Darren Bevan - TVNZ.co.nz - 17 May 2012
I utterly adore this gloriously original act and wholeheartedly recommend this show without any doubt whatsoever; if you don't laugh or fail to be moved by the truly brilliant genius that is Sam Wills/ Tape Face, then you have no soul.
Posted by Heather McDonald, Wotzon.co.nz - 17 May 2012
Sketch after sketch of clever, well planned skits set to popular music were met with hearty applause and plenty of laughs
Posted by Nik Smthye - theatreview.org.nz - 17 May 2012
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 Darren Bevan, tvnz.co.nz - 16 May 2012
Caustically funny, raucously rude and yet surprisingly touching at the end, this journey is one you really do want to take.
Posted by Tash McGill, Auckland Scene - 16 May 2012
"The most comprehensively well-crafted show I’ve seen this festival"
Posted by TVNZ - Darren Bevan - 16 May 2012
I like Rose's awkwardness-mixed-with-confidence act on stage; it produces some truly unexpected laughs and some very funny comedy stylings from the most bizarre of topics and ideas.
Posted by Shannon Friday - theatreview.org.nz - 16 May 2012
Rado spends maybe half his time on these games, and has me nearly rolling on the floor with laughter.