I resolve not to listen to Radio 4's Sunday night comedy slot until I have built up a stock of goodness and loving kindness that doesn't evaporate at its first swear word. Nick Mohammed in Bits, the most recent performer, had the studio audience in fits of laughter. On radio he shouted. And shouted. I realise this is comedy of character but did it have to be so childish, loutish, lumpy, obvious, loud?Gillian Reynolds, The Telegraph, 8th January 2013
Like a lot of the greatest comedians of the last 50 years or so, Nick Mohammed became involved in comedy when he joined the Cambridge Footlights whilst at University.The Humourdor, 4th June 2011
Linguistic comedy was just one of the devices used by Nick Mohammed In Bits, in a series of one-off comic plays starring some of his favourite comic creations.
He opened with his robbery-squad detective taking witness statements, lurching off at hilarious tangents and turning officiousness into an art form. This was cerebral slapstick of a high order - and it was very funny.Moira Petty, The Stage, 6th September 2010