Reviews

“Seriously very funny. Huge talent…and then some” ★★★★★ Daily Mirror

“Effervescent personality” ★★★★★ Broadway Baby

“Utmost confidence and spirit…Awe-inspiring” ★★★★★ LondonTheatre1

“Impressive” ★★★★ Daily Record

“Her future is as bright as her world view…with her Zooey Deschanel-style glee” The Stage

“Powerful” ★★★★ Express

“World-class comedy with a big heart…Indefatigable and inspirational” Australian Stage

“Laugh-out loud funny” Sunday Herald

“Undeniably talented…enlightened, empowered, inspired” Adelaide Advertiser

★★★★★ –  Daily Mirror
★★★★★- Female Arts
★★★★★ –  LondonTheatre1
★★★★★ –  Broadway Baby
★★★★★- The Argus
★★★★★ – New Current
★★★★★ – Public Reviews
★★★★★ – LoveFringe
★★★★★ – Reviewspegs
★★★★★ – WOW FM (Adelaide Fringe)
★★★★1/2 – Clothesline (Adelaide Fringe)
★★★★ – Sunday Express
★★★★ – Daily Record
★★★★ – Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
★★★★ – The Skinny
★★★★ – Fringe Guru
★★★★ – Sunday Mail (Adelaide Fringe)
★★★★ – One4Review
★★★★ – TVBomb
★★★★ – Rip It Up (Adelaide Fringe)
★★★★ – Sir Spamalot (Adelaide Fringe)

 
A shining example of the person that this country needs to be an ambassador for mental health issues.”  LondonTheatre1
“Excellent comedy” Three Weeks
“A future star…Someone call a TV producer because Burton’s ready for a bigger audience!” The Argus (Brighton Fringe)
 “Funny and insightful” British Comedy Guide
“Entertainment with real social purpose” Broadway Baby

“Inspirational” Chortle

 “Authenticity you can’t help but admire” Adelaide Advertiser (Adelaide Fringe 2017)
“Very funny with incredible human warmth” Australian Stage
“Infectious charm” Fringe Guru
“Accomplished” Herald Sun (Melbourne Comedy Festival 2014)

“Fantastic” Cosmopolitan

 “Incredibly sensitive subjects handled with wit and wisdom” Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
 “Clever and very funny”  Female Arts
 “World class, inspiring and very funny” WOW FM (Adelaide Fringe 2017)

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