Feedback & Reviews
You can read reviews and audience feedback about Northants Touring Arts events here. You can also submit your own review and comments by filling in the feedback form below.
Audience and Promoter Feedback
"The audience were in raptures. All agreed that it was a very entertaining evening and excellent value. We like to promote NTA events because experience has shown that you choose good quality productions." - Morag Underwood, promoter at Helmdon Village Hall on The Opera Dudes
"Audience loved it - very funny but also moving and emotional. Many members of the audience commented on how interesting it was as well as entertaining" - John Padwick, promoter at Geddington Village Hall on We Will Be Free by Townsend Productions
"The audience - of all ages - loved this show and were spell bound from the very beginning. We have always been very pleased with the NTA shows we have had over the years" - Judith Hurst, promoter at Staverton Village Hall on Peter and the Wolf by Clydebuilt Puppet Theatre.
"Kevin Tomlinson single-handedly cheered up a huge audience, making us laugh and giggle throughout his evening voyage through the 7 ages of man. He created characters and situations based on suggestions from audience members, improvising with the simplest of props and costumes with good masks and expert voice work. It was a perfect show for a community audience and for a winter's evening. Kevin's a comedic genius! Highly recommended for other NTA promoters and lets see some more Kepow productions" - Sue Carverhill, Arts Development Officer at South Northants District Council on Seven Ages by Kepow Theatre Company
“The mighty instrumental force of JSM races from jigs and reels to Breton and Galician forms - it’s a truly compulsive ride” The Independent on Jamie Smith's Mabon
"Impossible not to fall for likeable Kevin Tomlinson's engaging, Shakespeare-inspired Seven Ages - packed houses and audience adored! Genuine popular theatre...this will sell out!" - The Guardian on Seven Ages by Kepow Theatre Company
"New Perspectives have an unerring instinct for what will strike a chord with the rural audiences into which the company takes its high quality theatre. It is a meticulously researched and insightful play. I hope it gets a very wide airing." - The Stage on Entertaining Angels, May 2013