Posted by Dedee W - Ripitup.co.nz - 14 May 2014
This is a delightfully playful, silly, and often hungry journey for both Squidboy and the audience...
Posted by Greg Bruce - Metromag.co.nz - 14 May 2014
But it’s cleverly constructed, brilliantly original and he’s so assured in his ability to elicit laughter that you will wonder why you thought seeing another stand-up was the safe choice...
Posted by Darrens Blog - 14 May 2014
Jamie really bring his A game in one of the most personal shows I've ever seen him deliver...
Posted by Ben Blackman - KeepingupwithNZ.com - 14 May 2014
...the future of New Zealand comedy is in safe hands.
Posted by Maryanne Cathro - Theatreview.org.nz - 14 May 2014
...keen observations on what constitutes current events in New Zealand, the state of politics, the endearing behaviour of old flatmates.
Posted by Courteney Peters - Gatherandhunt.co.nz - 14 May 2014
The audience interaction appeared to fill him with such glee that whenever he was entertained, so were we...
Posted by Mat Campbell - KeepingupwithNZ.com - 14 May 2014
4 Stars - He balanced hilariously on a wire around personal anecdotes and ripe 90′s kid references.
Posted by Stephen Austin - Theatreview.org.nz - 14 May 2014
A terrifically hilarious and polished hour of audience misdirection, with a big dollop of improvised innuendo and solid dash of the anarchic at its core...
Posted by Sam Jeffery - KeepingupwithNZ.com - 14 May 2014
4 1/2 Stars - ...a truly exceptional performance, unique and full of laughter, and it would be an enormous surprise if a single audience member went home anything other than satisfied.
Posted by Charlotte Simmonds - Theatreview.org.nz - 14 May 2014
This show has many elements I've been looking for in stand up for a while: intelligence, honesty, cohesiveness, structure, set up and payoff...