Posted by Samantha-Jane Harding - Newsbeat.kiwi - 15 May 2015
Stephen Witt skipped on stage and instantly won our hearts.
Posted by Monique Perera - mac+mae - 14 May 2015
Irreverent and brazen yet highly entertaining tales of youth with the enjoyable relish of masterly crafted and engaging storytelling.
Posted by Liv Barnett - mac+mae - 14 May 2015
Wyatt was a likeable character that genuinely offered some good advice to everyone in the audience, regardless of gender, about how to see men in the modern world, and how this also benefits women.
Posted by Aminata Hamadi - Theatreview.org.nz - 14 May 2015
A Comedy Festival must see! Absolutely brilliant! This is not stand-up comedy; it's theatre at its best and funniest
Posted by Sam Farrell - 3news.co.nz - 14 May 2015
Sampson is at the peak of his game with this latest performance, providing an hour of entertainment that keeps the laughter rolling continuously.
Posted by Matt Baker - Theatre Scenes - 14 May 2015
If being a National Treasure is about success in one's field, Sampson is definitely a deserved recipient.
Posted by Jay Bennie - GayNZ.com - 14 May 2015
... irresistibly, laugh-out-loud, funny
His show is so perfectly worded and so finely-tuned you'd think it was an edited DVD special.
Posted by Maraea Rakuraku - Theatreview.org.nz - 14 May 2015
He is boss at one-liners, can carry a story and has an ease on stage
Posted by Gather and Hunt - 14 May 2015
I think Hamish Parkinson must be mad, but also genius, because I laughed the loudest I have all festival at Fly or Die