Posted by Ingrid Grenar - keepingupwithnz.com - 4 March 2013
He’s a more surreal comedian with a clever set which may encourage some anarchic behaviour.
Posted by Lynne Morris - Fringe Guru - 28 February 2013
5 stars - You and your offspring will find this one equally entertaining, albeit for slightly different reasons.
Posted by Anna Burnside - The List - 28 February 2013
5 stars - I thanked the good doctor for a hugely entertaining 50 minutes, and told the tiger that the show was grrrrrrrrrreat.
Posted by Maria Tecce - Fringe Review - 28 February 2013
4/5 - The madcap adventures of Dr. Brown and his Singing Tiger, children's theatre at it's best, physical comedic gold.
Posted by Ben Williams - Time Out - 28 February 2013
4/5 - Thrillingly unpredictable and gloriously funny.
Posted by Dominic Maxwell - The Times - 28 February 2013
4/5 - ...Doctor Brown is giving us comedy at its most properly unruly, clowning at its purest.
Posted by Bruce Dessau - London Evening Standard - 28 February 2013
4/5 - This is the most fearless, full-impact festival appearance I have seen in recent years.
Posted by Allan Radcliffe - The List - 28 February 2013
4/5 - It’s the level of detail that makes the good doc’s manoeuvres so compelling...
Posted by Barrie Morgan - The Skinny - 28 February 2013
4/5 Stars - Birdman does not disappoint in his promise to cure the gloom that ails us all.