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  • Chris Ure

    Forgive me! I should have also thanked you for getting the show together over a period of two years. Thank goodness that you had the vision and creativity to see how it could work. As it tours the country, I truly hope that this show will inspire and touch others of a younger generation to understand the important issues that it raises.

  • Bernard J Williamson

    "A wonderful evening in Southend on Sea , the lads worked their socks off to give us the flavour of the times . They made the audience empathise with the 7p men and want to boo and hiss the capitalists. A rollicking roller coaster with hymns and other forgotten songs.
    It's a relevant today as it has ever been. Thanks for a wonderful evening.
    I would have liked to have a CD of the hymns and songs of the day as well as I didn't recognize most of them ."

  • Paul Robinson

    "We thoroughly enjoyed The Ragged Trousered Philantropists in Portsmouth on Sunday. Neil & Richard did a tremendous job...actually they did many jobs tremendously!!
    Thank you for making us smile!
    We're looking forward to seeing many more of your tremendous productions. Thank you for adding to our lives."

  • Ken Kirk

    I had the pleasure seeing The Ragged Trousered Philanthropists in Peckham last night, the acting and the whole production was superb. My wife and I both thoroughly enjoyed the evening, it was thought provoking, entertaining, fun, challenging and the atmosphere generated in the theatre was terrific, I have rarely experienced such a connection between the actors, the topic and the audience. I read the book only a couple of years ago and it was brought to life by the play in away that I clearly recongised all the characters and it hammered home the issues that should concern everyone. Well done and thank you for such a great performance.

  • Stephanie

    I just saw your show in South Brent, Devon, and am truly impressed by the quality of your acting, and your humanness which really shines through in the show. i have only lived in the UK for 5 years so figured a lot of it would go over my head, but it didn't--these labour issues, capitalism etc run through all our societies---especially the one i come from--USA. I feel well acted theater really is such a great tool for making you think, and for bringing the message home, so we can ALL relate to it. Well done Neal and Fine Time and Townsend productions!!

  • Simon Taylor

    Hi, I wanted to thank you for putting on such an enjoyable evening at Countesthorpe last night. As a trade union activist and somebody who has read the novel it was heartening to see such a good turnout for a production sponsored and supported by the trade union movement. The actors were skillful and enthusiastic and the great money trick, being in my view the crux of the book, was presented in an effective and pleasing style. A production I shall happily recommend to all and sundry!

  • Martyn Habberley

    Absolutely gripping, as good an evening as I have ever had in a theatre, two blokes supplied a wide range of characters, a front row seat with our wheelchair enabled us to study the body language close up, thank you gentlemen for an extremely entertaining evening. Fascinating, though, that the Shrewsbury audience, who filed past us, showed us that even Socialists are Middleclass now!

  • Shaun

    Saw the performance last night in Shrewsbury, which was a fantastic experience! It was performed to a full house and a good time was had by all. I particularly liked how approachable the actors were, taking time to mingle and chat with the croud. Very laid back, affable fellows. Highly recommended.

  • Kevin Jones

    "Last night at Liverpool Lantern Theatre was my first opportunity to watch this particular stage version of my favourite book.
    I admit to some scepticism. How could they possibly retain the essence of the book in 90 minutes with just two actors ?
    Happily, my scepticism was unfounded. Brilliant acting from Neil Gore and Fine Time fontayne, combined with superfast changes of costume and character, lighting effects and effective use of a simple set and a few props made this a night to remember. Of necessity many of the books sub plots are omitted. What remains though is the essential story of capitalist greed shown through a group of downtrodden wage slaves, and one man's struggle to educate his fellow workers as to the real reasons for their plight, despite their servile acceptance of the status quo. All the pathos, the humour and the anger of Tressell's book is superbly retained and portrayed.
    Highly recommended.
    Kevin Jones, Chairman, The Association of the Ragged Trousered, www.raggedtrousered.com"

  • Jock

    Great night out in Richmond which moved me to write a review. Wish we had gone to the meet and greet afterwards Good luck with the rest of the tour.