Posted by Michael Ryan - Herald Sun, AU - 20 April 2014
4 1/2 Stars - a winner and the group of Auckland-based comedy writers at its helm have firm control of this erratic, rollicking ship.
Posted by Robert Gilbert - Theatreview.org.nz - 14 April 2014
... Promise and Promiscuity is a theatrical treat not to be missed.
Posted by heckler.com.au - 11 April 2014
...Fanfiction Comedy will have just about everyone laughing so hard that they aren’t actually making human sounds anymore.
Posted by Cameron Woodhead - Sydney Morning Herald - 7 April 2014
5 Stars - Wakenshaw joins plastic facial features and jelly-limbed hilarity to a boundlessly absurd sensibility that follows its own zany logic...
Posted by Brigid O’Connell - Heraldsun.com.au - 7 April 2014
5 Stars - The pace is fast, segues are seamless and the content is about real things, real people can relate to.
Posted by John Bailey - Sydney Morning Herald - 7 April 2014
4 Stars - She might at times be gripped by the possibility that she doesn't exist, but her audience should be mighty grateful she does...
Posted by Ian Royall - Heraldsun.com.au - 7 April 2014
4 Stars - This likeable performer’s ad libs were quick and clever, covering a range of topics and never really missing a beat...
Posted by Heather Bloom - Australian Stage - 6 April 2014
5 Stars - There are some artists that you can always count on to make you laugh, the caliber of comedian that you can watch countless times and never get tired of. Stephen K Amos is one such artist and his latest show What Does the K Stand For? is no exception.
Posted by Kate Herbert - Heraldsun.com.au - 6 April 2014
4 Stars - Byrne is a charming, animated, fast-talking, funny guy who keeps up a relentless pace for an hour and leaves the crowd wanting more.
Posted by Steve Bennett - Chortle.co.uk - 4 April 2014
5 Stars - He is a bone fide loveable eccentric – who else, when stumped, would put ‘knight errant’ as his occupation on their daughter’s birth certificate? – and the very embodiment of gung-ho enthusiasm...