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Here’s at review from the show’s very first outing in July 2016.:


“a decidedly upbeat….whistlestop singalong history tour…” AllEdinburghTheatre.com Review
“….. excellent entertainment with appeal for everyone…Everyone heartily joined in the choruses of the songs on offer – amusing, touching and rowdy. There is no doubt that the show was well received, with loud, long applause and its somewhat unique mix of educating and entertaining will no doubt deservedly see it on the circuit for a long time to come. Do see it if you can.”
Brian Dazley “There’ll Never Be Another!!”(Quarterly Magazine -Max Miller Appreciation Society)
Winner of The Offcut Festival Short Play Award 2010
A colourful picture of grotesques, puns and songs….its crazy observations are spot on…exhilarating music.”
[The Stage on ‘Street Cries’ (2012) by Mitch Feral ]
****“Inspiring musical.”
[Three Weeks on ‘’Street Cries’ (2012) by Mitch Feral ]
**** “An unexpected delight. If only all award winners were as good as Mitch Feral.”
BroadwayBaby.com on ‘’Street Cries’ (2012) by Mitch Feral


Here are some recent comments from audience members after our shows at the Victorian Normansfield Theatre in Teddington in March 2018:

A very jolly evening, Airlie Scott and Tommy Parsons certainly warmed the audience up with the help of Paul Smith on piano, The lovely Normansfield Theatre really lends itself to this sort of production. A very interesting historical overview of music hall that truly engaged with the audience. They are a very versatile couple who know how to bring their material to life.”

Normansfield Theatre is a wonderful place and what a treat to see an old time music hall act in an authentic venue from the Victorian era. It was great fun and the performers were accomplished and very entertaining.”

A lovely production well worth seeing. Lovely music with narration that explained how the music hall began and it’s progress throughout the years, which made it all the more interesting. Would recommend seeing it. Many well known songs .”

A great, fun show celebrating our great music hall heritage in an authentic Victorian theatre.”

An interesting & well executed evening of entertainment. I really liked the historical angle given to the acts. Airlie Scott and Tommy Parsons were in fine form as various characters of music hall past. Lovely idea to have a programme with the words to sing-a-long to the choruses. (Reminiscent of the Players).”

What fabulous entertainment from three energetic, versatile and talented performers, who really brought music hall to life. Their show was so well suited to the atmospheric Normansfield theatre.”