Reviews

  • ★★★★

  • 'Picture two comets hurtling towards each other through time and space and the destructive impact that this collision would cause… that’s Confetti and Chaos. Such a delicious menu of laughter and unforgettable comedy gags, all served up with family, cake and cocktails, provides us with a day to remember… The show is designed to make you feel part of the proceedings and it works. Scripts are held close to the actors’ hearts, but the improvisations are fast becoming legendary. Witty and in-our-faces, like a Japanese Bullet Train, the two hours pass without a hitch'
  • Mumble Theatre
    Edinburgh Fringe 2019

 

  • ★★★★★

  • ‘Pumped to bursting with energy, filled with hilarity and a riot of epic proportions, it is impossible not to fall madly in love with this immersive event.’
  • BroadwayWorld
    Edinburgh Fringe 2018

 

  • ★★★★★

  • ‘It’s comedy gold from the four cast members who play multiple roles with quick costume changes during two hours of improvised riotous fun.’
  • Nottingham Post
    Theatre Royal Nottingham – July 2018

 

  • ★★★★

  • ‘Hilariously funny and completely endearing’
  • The Reviews Hub
    Edinburgh Fringe 2016
  • ★★★★★

  • 'The whole idea is a winner, because we’ve all been there: the excruciating speeches, the wild cannon relatives, secrets tumbling out of the closet, lips getting looser as the alcohol flows freely, drunken dancing and worse, much, much worse. Just when you think it couldn’t get any crazier, it does. Did I mention that while all the madness unfolds we, the wedding guests, are all enjoying a three course meal?'
  • The Reviews Hub
    Edinburgh Fringe 2019

 

  • ★★★★

  • ‘Skilled and talented actors, who pull off an impressive feat by morphing into no less than nine completely distinct characters. They have to think on their feet, using sharp improvisational skills, meaning that depending on the audience, no night will ever be quite the same.’
  • Mumble Theatre
    Edinburgh Fringe 2018

 

  • ★★★★★

  • ‘ground-breaking show… a complete delight… an unforgettable experience’
  • Bournemouth Echo
    Lighthouse Poole – September 2017

 

  • ★★★★

  • ‘Smartly scripted, although improvisation is a key tool that each of the four actors excel at.’
  • The Stage
    Edinburgh Fringe 2016
  • ★★★★

    1/2

  • 'Cheap gags, inappropriate wedding guests and a few confusing song and dance numbers: just like the real thing then.'
  • Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
    Edinburgh Fringe 2019

 

  • ★★★★★

  • ‘From the best man’s speech, where the difficult art of making comedy bad was performed with aplomb, through the opening of the well-naff presents, to the absolute hysterical antics of the Kat-Slater-like groom’s mother, the show is just pitched perfectly.’
  • Glasgow Theatre Blog
    Carmichael Hall, Giffnock – May 2018

 

  • ★★★★★

  • ‘I cannot praise this show enough, encumbered as I am by a top mark of 5 stars, I would give more.’
  • The Mumble
    Edinburgh Fringe 2017

 

  • ★★★★

  • ‘The Wedding Reception is a great, fun new concept that you can’t really fault.’
  • West End Wilma
    London - August 2015
  • ★★★★

  • ‘A good sign of successful immersion is that audience members feel comfortable speaking their minds. This only adds to the hilarity. As well as faultless acting from the company, the pacing of the evening is superb, and the planned audience involvement is always supportive without creating any pressure on individuals to perform’’
  • Fest magazine
    Edinburgh Fringe 2018

 

  • ★★★★★

  • ‘It is not often I find myself crying with laughter, but this evening there were several times when I just couldn’t hold it all in’
  • London Theatre 1
    London- April 2017

 

  • ★★★★★

  • ‘The four actors who take on the roles of the nine, very individual, characters who appear in the show are just brilliant.'
  • The Sussex Newspaper
    Brighton 2015