Posted by Lord Sutch - Ruminator.co.nz - 14 May 2014
Go watch a comedian while he’s still affordable because I have no hesitation in predicting that Tim Batt will get to the top of the New Zealand comedy scene in time.
Posted by Tim Batt's performance is a professional display of a non-professional Kiwi archetype... - 14 May 2014
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Posted by India Hendrikse - KeepingupwithNZ.com - 14 May 2014
4 Stars - You’ll come out with a very new perspective on life, questioning serious matters like why Schick Quattro needs four blades...
Posted by Courteney Peters - Gatherandhunt.co.nz - 14 May 2014
It's the kind of humour that I find myself laughing at more in retrospect, like a Monty Python film - it's so unexpected that you need a bit more time to get your head around it.
Posted by Russell Brown - Public Address - 14 May 2014
The festival has been trying to get Gordillo for more than a decade. Now he’s here, you might want to get in...
Posted by Storme Sen - Macandmae.com - 14 May 2014
It will have you bent over with laughter in your seat and then walking away pondering the consequences of the social message that Gordillo uses the art form to convey.
...getting a glimpse inside his head for an hour was beyond hilarious, and I think you should all go and see for yourself.
Posted by Simon Wilson - Metro Magazine - 14 May 2014
Funny? My god yes...
Posted by Hayden Eastmond-Mein - Pantograph Punch - 14 May 2014
The pure joy of watching such committed physical comedy and being drawn into Squidboy’s world allows Wakenshaw to use jokes and gags that might seem base elsewhere...
Posted by Shannon Friday - Theatreview.org.nz - 14 May 2014
If he can take tragedy and turn it into such engaging stuff, I can't wait to see what happens now his life is looking up...