WITCH HUNT REVIEWS…
"You won't see a more kick ass show this year"
Broadway Baby ★★★★★
"Sexy, sassy, two performers at the top of their game"
Fringe Review: Outstanding Show
"Watch out, there are wild women about. Knicker-Wettingly funny"
ENTER THE DRAGONS REVIEWS…
"Utterly inspired.. had me laughing all the way to enlightenment"
WINNER of BROADWAY BABY BOBBY: Best of the Brighton Fringe 2017
"Dooley and Edwards are quite simply brilliant comedians"
THE SKINNY ★★★★★
"Gleefully improper fun - infectious 'up yours' spirit"
Best Show at Edinburgh Fringe
"Totally unapologetic and brilliantly outrageous. A flawless show"
"The best use of wigs I have witnessed in a very long time"
"Brilliantly written, original comedy at its finest. Uproariously funny and unexpectedly uplifting - go and see it, it's cheaper than therapy"
FUNNY WOMEN ★★★★★
“They marry hilarity and sincerity with such remarkable precision, it had the audience in both fits of laughter and heartfelt tears”
BROADWAY BABY ★★★★★
“Both performers joyously play and are excellently responsive to their packed, appreciative audience… Dooley and Edwards are gripping. They are dually metaphorically inventive and utterly hilarious – their innovations add to the lengths of their storytelling and some ideas are simply ingenious.”
“A delightful show which challenges us and our societal norms regarding mature women whilst making us laugh, and will be enjoyed by women and men of all ages.”
FRINGE REVIEW HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
“Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards are a brilliant comedy coupling: the writing is sharp as a witch’s nose, the performance as sparkly as Cinderella’s silver slippers. A fabulously entertaining evening.”
TOTAL THEATRE MAGAZINE
“Enter The Dragons shows the power that dragons really hold when they shake off their inhibitions, let out their inner divas and say Fuck It.”
“Humour, pathos, honesty and discovery to the fore as our ‘Protagonist’ journeys through a transition of self-identity and self-examination. You can see Spymonkey’s Toby Park’s directing fingerprints all over the show, from the marvellous props to the enthusiastic physical performances, but it was co-Protagonists Abigail Dooley and Emma Edwards’ unflynching commitment to the truth and joy of the piece that made them the stars of it.”
LATEST MAGAZINE ★★★★1/2