"[album is] expertly produced … I was gripped and literally laughing out loud in parts … I would highly recommend it to anyone who appreciates new musical theatre. I sincerely hope the show has another outing very soon so I can go and see it!"
"giddy new musical … old-school musical comedy that's been laced with a contemporary musical sensibility … the tunes are delivered with unabashed glee"
"brilliantly catchy … comical, musical and consistent to the genre of musical theatre. Good music, good lyrics, it has a bizarre but humorous storyline but it will certainly put a smile on your face. Titillating and enjoyable!"
10/10 "the production received wonderful reviews at Edinburgh, and the recording deserves no less praise … cast is superb … All in all, a gem of a recording. If only life were always as colourful and silly as this!"
"f you want a new musical that will put a smile on your face then you have just found it … songs are all really tuneful and catchy and the lyrics are very funny and clever … get hold of this album and judge for yourself – I don’t think you’d be disappointed."
Musical Theatre Review
"this show is probably the funniest and most enjoyable piece of theatre I have seen for some time … gloriously depraved and downright hilarious ... the writing is fantastic … big, bold and brash ... a tour-de-force of hilarity!"
"there could be the potential of a cult following ... perhaps an alternative to Rocky Horror."
"a wonderful amalgamation of all things I love about musical theatre … fresh, catchy and quirky ... pure fabulousness."
"all the cast give stellar performances … the score is rich and the songs catchy ... camp to the extreme … outrageous, irreverent and zany."
British Theatre Guide ✭✭✭✭
"cleverly hilarious sentiment ... stupidly funny … catchy with just the right undertones of cleverly hilarious sentiment."
Edinburgh Guide ✭✭✭✭
"Boyd is an exceptionally talented composer and lyricist … undoubtedly one of the better new musicals."
Edinburgh Festival Journal ✭✭✭✭
"glorious ... a colourful explosion of song."
Belfast Telegraph ✭✭✭✭