Lyn Gardner: '[A] multi-layered and gripping piece of theatre...a refreshing, genuinely smart piece of work full of undercutting humour'

"Insightful, deeply entertaining and powerful...a perfect exploration of modern masculinity"

"Lucid, funny and moving"

“Awe us a terrific understanding of the process of self-realisation, carried out before our eyes. ★★★★★”

'Verve, intelligence, humour, pathos and ultimately, defiant strength.'  ★★★★★

'Touching, funny and incredibly of the most exciting theatre makers working in Britain' ★★★★

'... a fantastic piece of work – sometimes autobiographical pieces try to be too black and white, but Redstone has taken his life and ensured we laugh at nature, at society and yet still join him for his emotional and interesting ride of life.' ★★★★

'ending on a perfect note of acceptance and celebration which makes it a really impressive and important piece of work.'

Showcases voices rarely heard on stage...this is a story that should be heard.' ★★★★★ ”

"...everything good theatre should be, powerful, emotional, entertaining and thought provoking and I cannot recommend it highly enough ★★★★★"

"A diverse, intriguing and entertaining show

'It’s funny, it’s emotional but most of all it challenges everything you think you knew about gender'

bawdy, brave, beautiful’

Boisterous, slightly surreal and hilarious’

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