Judging from the many, many sad faces that left the BBC Theatre when they had the chance, this is not a show that's got a great future ahead of it. The four writer-performers appeared to not only lack any comedic writing skills, but also had no appreciation of how to present comic material.Rob Ousbey, 9th September 2008
Four Sad Faces Edinburgh Review:
Although fresh-faced, their comedy is mature, robust and polished.
The team set the scene with nothing more than a good old flip-chart and a few well-chosen props, before embarking on a whistle-stop tour of locations, from a wild west saloon to a post holocaust earth, and genres from cop flicks to reality TV.
The opening gags were a little too thick and fast to be fully appreciated, though. Perhaps a longer sketch would have allowed them to connect with the audience immediately.Lorna Frost, Edinburgh Evening News, 5th August 2008