This is a truly inventive show from the fringe and due to the energy of its performers it deserves to be in the west end. However I do not give it 5 because i grew slightly bored of the concept towards the end and the raps grew to be quite boring. However the rhymes are extremely funny and all the performances are brilliant, this is stones in his pockets with rap. The 4 men really give it their all and I felt really sorry for them as there were not many people in the ambassodors. If you want to gaze at some truly raw energy and have a fun time go and see this show.
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25 Jun 03
The Bomb-Itty of Errors! What a hilarious night out, leave your brain at the door and enjoy the comedy. I was sceptical when I got to the theatre and hip-hop was playing, then the DJ gave me bad vibes man. But by the end of the prologue I was thoroughly convinced.
The cast have amazing energy, and in some cases quite good acting ability. You leave the theatre smiling and humming the catchy beat - USER: Whatsonstage.com (184.108.40.206)
30 May 03
It tickles the funny-bone, especially if you've had a few drinks beforehand and are in a very frivolous mood. It's undemanding, in-yer-face fare, but it kept reminding me of the Tweenies and is perfect for nine year olds of all ages. Oh, how we did all laugh when anyone alluded to a penis! Full marks to a very hard-working and talented cast, but really it's just a one-joke show (Willie Shakespeare - The Rapper) strictly for the Festival and Fringe devotees who don't expect more.
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29 May 03
The best thing I saw in Edinburgh last year, and still superb! Brilliantly funny script, with a dizzying amount of verbal inventiveness. And what a cast... They're all so damn brilliant, it's impossible to pick out anyone who was better than the others, so I'll just have to pick my favourite characters: Adriana and Luciana. It was a joyous evening, even if the atmosphere was a lot more restrained than it was in Edinburgh. This really does deserve to be a big hit, with a huge cheering (young!) audience. - USER: Whatsonstage.com (18.104.22.168)
18 May 03
Sounded brilliant - excellent show - USER: Whatsonstage.com (22.214.171.124)
16 May 03
so much fun and so much energy. the most uplifting, accessible and genuinely inventive night out in London. haven't laughed so much for ages. brilliant - USER: Whatsonstage.com (126.96.36.199)
12 May 03
Amazing! Amazing! Amazing! A concept that sounds so incredibly wrong turns out to be an immensely clever, ingenious and witty show. - USER: Whatsonstage.com (188.8.131.52)
09 May 03
Without a doubt this has to get a 5 star rating! This show is fast, its clever and is executed by the cast with enough energy to run the national grid. A must see! - USER: Whatsonstage.com (184.108.40.206)
02 May 03
Obviously this show isn't on in the West End yet, but if it's anything like the outstandingly energetic, innovative and euphoric production I saw 3 times at the Edinburgh Fringe 2002 then the entire world should be advised: BOOK NOW!! - USER: Whatsonstage.com (220.127.116.11)
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