Posted by Nicholas Brookland - keepingupwithnz.com - 28 April 2015
Explorative, lively and with just the right amount of insult...
Posted by Nik Smythe - Theatreview.org.nz - 27 April 2015
Bottomless capacity for thought-provoking humour
Posted by Mat Campbell - keepingupwithnz.com - 27 April 2015
Relatable, fidgety and sincere, his appreciative crowd left realising just how moore-ish Joseph really is.
Posted by Greg Bruce - Metromag.co.nz - 27 April 2015
... genre-transcending comedy theatre masterpiece
Posted by Caitlin Smith - TV3 News Online - 27 April 2015
I left the tiny theatre feeling as though I had just had a good laugh with a long-lost friend. Read more: http://www.3news.co.nz/entertainment/comedy-festival-kura-forresters-tiki-tour-review-2015042708#ixzz3YUFoFMP5
Posted by CAMERON BURNELL - Stuff.co.nz - 27 April 2015
Finding inspiration from the Ponytail-gate saga was no problem
Posted by Stewart Lund - 27 April 2015
5 Stars - Markus Birdman is a master storyteller
Chris Parker explores the controversy around John Keys hair pulling through interpretive dance.
Posted by Sam Farrell - 3news.co.nz - 26 April 2015
From the minute he got out on stage, Batt was electric. He has this incredible way of engaging with an audience that few comedians have.
Posted by Lauren Owens - Keeping Up With NZ - 26 April 2015
The rising stars of New Zealand comedy delivered a superb evening of music, magic and brilliant humour