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  • Maxine Cox

    Thanks for coming to Barnsley Civic. What talent, it was really hillarious. I havent read the book but will be doing so now.I was really impressed with the acting and quick change of character, the singing and musical ability made it all the more enjoyable, I only wish that we here in Barnsley had got the idea of audience participation in a little earlier!! What a pity the Civic wasnt packed, the production certainly deserved it. Thanks for coming.

  • Michele Noble

    "I was really looking forward to seeing the show tonight at the Harrogate Studio Theatre. I didn't expect it to be so absolutely brilliant! I sat on the front row with my mother Pamela and my friend Ruby. Ruby was invited on stage to help with the money thing. I was overwhelmed by the energy of the actors, their wonderful interpretations of each character. Great bits of business with the fingers! Neil's eyes! Some stunning speeches. I love music hall so was thrilled when we got to sing along with a couple of my favourite numbers; 'When Father papered the Parlour' and 'Two Lovely Black Eyes'. I was just thinking how gorgeous Neil was when he freaked me out by squatting right in front of me as if to attempt to do the farting song. Hahahaha!! I had to hold my head on, my face was stuck to my hands! Well done Rodney for recovering from falling off the box, which must have jolly well hurt, and great ad libbing from Neil when he 'kicked the bucket' hahaha! Great stuff. We all loved it! We had more friends sitting further back and they said they were really impressed with the whole thing too.
    The added narration really works well. I wasn't keen on the puppet show because they looked like muppets but everyone else mentioned that part as a highlight. My mother and Father were both actors so we know how hard those two were working tonight. It was a heatwave here but thankfully there was air conditioning. Still, I was quite relieved to see they were both still alive at the end. Bit worried about them doing a matinee as well as an evening performance tomorrow though! Thank you for putting so much into the show. It is wonderful!"

  • Kim Punter

    Absolutely first class, all children should be MADE to watch this and perhaps then our country would be less greedy. How ironic though that at our club ( a working mens club) committee men refused to pay the princely sum of £3 to watch it. Obviously more education needed. Good luck for the future

  • Kate Wimpress

    ... the performances went really well here at NEA, with two very well deserved standing ovations from the audience and a great deal of excitement about your forthcoming festival shows.

  • Lorna Murray

    I was at The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists at Kemnay Village Hall on Monday evening. Brilliant performance and inspiring way of dealing with serious political situation. Thanks so much

  • Catherine Whiteman

    I saw your production of The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists in Kemney Village Hall. It was absolutely fantastic, I almost didn't go as I had a very exhausting day at work but was so glad I did. Two actors (are you sure it was only 2!) populated the stage with a dozen characters with music and song and you even managed to squeeze in puppetry. Loved the nod to William Morris in the backdrops and the real gilder's tip and cushion. Please come to north east Scotland again.

  • Dave

    "My wife and I attended the performance at Milford Haven's Torch theatre last night with Rodney and Neil starring and we had an absolutely wonderful experience. I was impressed at how cleverly and magically the two gents sang and acted their way through so many parts so seamlessly. The musical pieces were great fun and fitted perfectly. If the show were still running there this evening we would be there again but this time with more people with us.
    We had both read the book in the past and we were intrigued as to how you would pull it off but you floored us with your creativity and energetic movement around the stage. We talked about the sheer talent we had witnessed all the way home.
    After being brought onto stage for the Great Money Trick I don't think I will ever forget it.
    Thank you to all who were involved. It really was some of the best theatre that I have seen in the last 25 years."

  • Brenda Blythe

    I took my mum to see the production on March 29th-her 89th birthday- in Hastings - our home town. It was superb - involving the audience with singing along and with the Money trick was inspired. Nothing was lost with the inclusion of humour and singing - in fact the stark contrast with the pathos of the workers situation was accentuated I think. Many congratulations to Rodney and Neil - they were brilliant - as were all involvedin the production. The fact that a Hastings audience requested 2 curtain calls speaks for itself - looking forward to more productions. Keep up the good work.

  • Roger JF André

    Tressell's narrative springs to life in this amazing production. The two man performance is a masterpiece of ingenuity and wit. All the characters come alive and truly fulfil the promise of the book. A hugely entertaining evening so particularly right for our time.

  • Terry Cordrey

    I saw this at Caistor Town Hall. How are these two actors going to manage all those characters? I thought. Well they did and what an absolutely fanatastic evening it was! A very professional production and well worth the £10 0s od (worth at least double that).