Impossible not to fall for likeable Kevin Tomlinson's engaging, Shakespeare-inspired Seven Ages - packed houses and audience adored! Genuine popular theatre...this will sell out!

Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

Tomlinson reminds me of a young Robin Williams, due to the enthusiasm and electricity he exudes. You can't fail to have a good time...definitely one of the most feel-good shows around!    

Paramount Comedy Channel *****

Hilarious and heart-warming...a show that can be funny one minute and poignant the next. Tomlinson has a sharp mind and undoubted talentAbi Hood is wickedly talented. Everyone left with massive smiles on their faces.

Martin Gray, The Scotsman ****

Refreshingly honest and hilarious. He creates magical comedy theatre. A wonderful, dynamic show!     

Louise McEwan, Edinburgh Herald (Critic's Choice) *****

Wonderfully inventive, funny and diverse...demand a ticket, see him when you can. The cream always rises, it is Kepow's time now!

Comedy Magazine *****

A breath of fresh air in an otherwise stifled genre... there is a surprising amount of tenderness that beats at the heart of Tomlinson's work. He creates heart-warming improvised comedy theatre, that is bold, brave and dynamic.   

Edinburgh Evening News ****

A master of the potentially tricky art of solo improvised comedy...with a personality as engaging as his, you'll be queuing up to indulge him. Hugely engaging, vital theatre for all ages. Highly recommended.

The Stage

Tomlinson's one-man show is a must see. Tomlinson put on an excellent, completely improvised, show. This was a great way to spend a couple of hours of your life! 

The Times, New Zealand

Rich characterisation...the balance of pathos and humour is a wonderful demonstration of the overlooked emotional potential of impro...this is superlative long form improvisation that all the family can and certainly will enjoy.  

Three Weeks (Edinburgh Festival) *****

An imagination and wit as quick as a swallow in flight. Humorous yet poignant...all human life is here...whatever your age, see Seven Ages.

The Press (York's local paper) UK tour