"...Eleanor Rhode directs with pizzazz and Max Dorey’s set cleverly has Josie and Teddy shinning up and down ladders as their picaresque adventures unfold. Energy and invention abound. Remarkable."
"Before the doomed pink white elephant of a shopping centre and boarded up estates and endlessly-debated new skyscrapers there was a still bleaker kind of desolation to Elephant and Castle – a bombed out wasteland where teddy boys and girls strutted through the settling dust in shrugged on Edwardian finery. ...These inhabit set designer Max Dorey and lightning designer Christopher Nairne’s lightbulb-strung, bombsite wonderland of a set to create a slick kind of night-time magic."
"...Highlights include a high octane opening number which thrusts us into the world with no apology. It’s loud, bold, and stylish – bold being a wonderful word to describe the show, and the beautiful set design by Max Dorey. The band are elevated, which provides some nice moments where our duo have to look up and address them like gods..."
So so Gay Magazine
"Set in 1956 on a weekend evening in Elephant and Castle, Teddy and Josie are hoping for a night to remember and with superstar Johnny Valentine in town, the night certainly promises to be an interesting one...Joseph Prowen and Jennifer Kirby carry the entire show as the only two actors, switching between the roles of narrator and playing themselves...the set, designed by Max Dorey, sees Teddy and Josie scrambling up and down ladders, allowing them to move from a derelict church, to a cinema and finally a crowded nightclub."