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"Impossible not to fall for likeable Kevin Tomlinson's engaging Shakespeare-inspired comedy theatre show Seven Ages...Packed houses and audience adored. Genuine popular theatre, that will definitely sell out...."

Lyn Gardner, The Guardian


"The British performer put on an excellent show....he put a unique spin on the seven ages of man from Shakespeare's As You Like It..It was a theatrical performance with overtones of Whose Line Is It Anyway? which made for spontaneous comedy and all manner of situations. This was a great way to spend a couple of hours. This is a must see show!"

Southland Times, New Zealand


"Creating characters through mask, costume, puppetry and storytelling, his improvisation show is refreshingly honest and hilarious. Drawing from his own life experiences, he creates magical comedy theatre by seeking audience suggestions for comical sketches....A wonderful, dynamic show!"

Edinburgh Evening Herald ****


"If you consider Whose Line Is It Anyway? funny and diverse then you haven't seen Kepow. This is a company that could pull off synchronised drinking to the tune of Village People's YMCA. The cream always rises. It is Kepow's time now. Get out and demand a ticket and see them when you can!"

Comedy Magazine


"Kevin Tomlinson reminds me of a young Robin Williams - both in appearance and due to the electricity and enthusiasm which he exudes. It's rare to see a performer so clearly enjoying himself on stage. His enthusiasm is so contagious, you can't fail to have a good time. The number of families in the audience was testament to the show's appeal. It's definitely one of the most feel-good shows around. As the audience filed out at the end of the show, the Stereophonics tune 'Have a Nice Day' was playing. This comedy show certainly sets you on your way to doing just that."  

Paramount Comedy Channel


"Exquisite performances....well worth a visit"

The List (Edinburgh Festival)


"Kepow's perfect small gem...performed with great panache....poignant and touching....Tomlinson has a sharp mind and undoubted talent...this is a first rate production certain to impress"

The Scotsman


"A bizarre assortment of weirdly attired characters....genuinely funny....deceptively questions about human destiny...performed with irrepressible zaniness ....this well staged and most entertaining production adds to the laurels of Kepow Theatre Company"

The Stage