"Mummy's Not Well', sung brilliantly by Lauren Samuels, definitely pulls at the heart strings … Julie Atherton’s powerful performance of 'How Can I Tell You?' is particularly poignant, along with Laura Pitt-Pulford’s vocals on the stunning 'Cerulean Skies’. Emotionally charged and powerful writing featuring some of the best female musical theatre vocalists this country has to offer."
Jenny Ell, BroadwayWorldUK
"a delicately but undeniably powerful collection of stories, that gain in that power from being sung so beautifully … a deeply compelling collection of stories but also a marvellously, and thoughtfully, varied journey of songwriting. Wryly comic numbers rub shoulders with sadder, more reflective songs and throughout the tone is never self-pitying but utterly compassionate … the cream of a very talented crop, coming together to shine much needed light and hopefully increased awareness about MS."
Ian Foster, There Ought To Be Clowns
"[14 leading ladies] you have some idea of the treat you are going to be in for … if it does nothing more than enlighten more people toward the suffering this illness can cause, then it has certainly done its job - although I know that it will also give immense pleasure to those who listen! … it isn’t all doom and gloom - mingled with the heart-breaking lyrics is also a good dose of humour."
Nick Wakeham, Musical Theatre Review
10/10 "The whole album is quality … the singers are the key element here; Caroline Quentin is poignant and hilarious … Jodie Jacobs is moving yet positive … Atherton’s soaring How Can I Tell You ? is probably the stand out track, her voice being perfectly complemented by arrangement and song equally - it’s just perfection. But this album has many such highlights, too many to list. SimG deserve immense recognition - their belief and support in the release of this particular recording deserves an even bigger thanks. It’s very special."
Ian Gude, Review Graveyard
"album is tender and heartfelt … Beautifully sung in its entirety … deeply compelling and powerful. ‘How Can I Tell’ sung with great poignancy … ‘My Son’s Secret’ is delightful and humorous … Sherman links the different composers work together, making the album feel like a whole … the prospect of its development is exciting."
Holly Spanner, The Reviews Hub