"Many thanks for your excellent performances"
Elly DeWitt, KunstenOpStraat Festival, Netherlands
"Truly an excellent show. Perfectly pitched for the family audience at our event"
Alan Hilary Events, Nissan Sunderland Family Fun Day, UK
"Superb Joe. I really really really love your show. You make me laugh and touch my heart."
Tiffany Cherix, Sion Festival, Switzerland
"Challenging inspirational theatre"
The Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
"An invaluable contribution to our venue. I will not hesitate to have you back"
Chloe Goodyear, Director of Programming, Woodford Folk Festival, Australia.
We received the following feedback after the comedy gig which I thought you would like to see:

"Me and my boyfriend knew nothing about the arms trade but decided that a comedy night in aid of something that sounded generally positive would be good date material. The gig itself was eye-opening. Not only was the detail of the arms trade that came out in the twisted butler's act incredibly disturbing, but the passion and clear principle was inspiring. During the following week my boyfriend, who works for a bank that shall remain nameless, paused and said, "I turned down an arms company's request to bank with us today, I just couldn't do it". I hope that this proves that events, like the one that we attended, do make a difference. If it hadn't been for the excellent acts at the CAAT gig my boyfriend and I would still be going about our everyday lives in ignorance. Thanks so much to all of the acts for giving us a much needed education!"

Henry McLaughlin, Campaign Against Arms Trade (CAAT)
"An eclectic mix of comedy"
Marie Claire Magazine,
"He blew me away. Brilliant. I can't wait to work with him further"
Richard Strange, Cabaret Futura, UK
The best street show I have ever seen
Steven Berkoff, Writer, director and actor
With J-P Koala's speech about bringing the world together through comedy and Joseph May's show I really do think street performers should be nominated for Nobel peace prizes. Street theater unites the world. It brings people together from all walks of life. Working in Dubai was an eye opener, meeting Iranians, Egyptians and more and seeing them all enjoy the energy the beauty of street theater was a joy. I bet you there were easily people from countries that would not stand side by side, standing side by side. Street theater brings joy, breaks down barriers. Street entertainers are the troops to promote peace. To promote laughter.To bring everyone together in a circle. In a circle there are no tops, no bottoms, no hierarchy, just people sharing laughter.

Andrew Brown.

Andrew Brown (photographer) some of the time., Edinburgh
"The risk we took with Jeremy Farquar paid off! I have had feedback that it was the best show of the day. Smiles all round"
Steve Cousins, Programmer, Streets of Durham Festival, UK.
"Professional all the way through. It has been a pleasure working with you. See you again in the future"
Michael Goodwin, Australian Wooden Boats Festival, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
"Something for everyone...Adults cheering you clapping in the front row..."
Marvellous Events UK,
"As a teacher I know your workshop will raise achievement directly"
Alex Galvin, Head of Drama, St Bernadette's School, Bristol.
"Thanks for a job well done...The improvisatory skill is what attracts me"
Michael Cohen, Director of Events, Sydney Harbour

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