Posted by Faith-Ashleigh Wong - whimsicalbanana.com - 6 May 2013
5/5 - ...an outstanding showcase of off-the-cuff comedy that will blow you away and have you in stitches from beginning to end.
Posted by Simon Howard - theatreview.org.nz - 6 May 2013
Amos is an experienced comedian who effortlessly glides through his set, eliciting enough laughs to send this audience home very satisfied.
Posted by Kim Choe, 3news.co.nz - 5 May 2013
Waltzing elegantly between the two narratives, his musical puns can be enjoyed by even the most tone-deaf...
Posted by Madeleine De Young - 2013 NZICF Auckland Blogger - 4 May 2013
It’s political satire at its finest.
Posted by Faith-Ashleigh Wong - whimsicalbanana.com - 3 May 2013
4 stars - an entertaining hour of sharp and witty comedy that will have you laughing...
Posted by Madeleine De Young - 2013 NZICF Auckland Blogger - 3 May 2013
...it was the winner last year, it may just be the winner this year too.
Posted by Russell Baillie, NZ Herald - 3 May 2013
...it's part one-man theatre piece, part live biography, part stand-up, part sit-down piano bash and totally terrific.
Posted by Lydia Jenkin - nzherald.co.nz - 3 May 2013
...will routinely have your face aching with laughter...
Posted by Jan Maree - Theatreview - 3 May 2013
I urge you to consider popping along...
It proved very popular, and he hasn't looked back - which begs the question, what is it about classical music that makes it a good source of jokes?