Feedback & Reviews
The show was wonderful for adults and children alike. Our grandchildren, aged two, three and four were enthralled by the actors, the scenery and the atmosphere. The children are made to feel special by the members of the cast.
Jane Leahy, Audience Member, Kidderminster Town Hall (How to Catch a Star, Jan 2013)
Another fantastic show which the children and staff loved - can't wait until next year!
Sarah Lum, Deputy Head Teacher, Brookfield Infants, Kent (The Selfish Crocodile, Dec, 2012)
I just wanted to say how much my 4 year old Grace loved "The Selfish Crocodile" in Harpenden this morning - it was a fantastic production and she loved the different animals and, despite being a little scared of the crocodile to begin with, felt brave enough to have her photograph taken with him at the end! This is one of the first live shows that she has seen and I'm delighted that her experience with theatre has started so positively - thank you and I'll definitely look out for any of your other products over our way.
Helen Mariner, Audience Member, Harpenden Public Halls (The Selfish Crocodile, Oct 2012)
We brought our son to see "How to Catch a Star" to The Roses in Tewkesbury for his 6th birthday. Just brilliant. A quality piece of theatre that just happens to be good for children. Well done.
Diane Ansell, Audience Member, Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury (How to Catch a Star, Oct 2012)
Came to see "The Owl Who Was Afraid of the Dark" in Yeovil today. My twins absolutely LOVED it!! Giggling all the way through and haven't stopped talking about it since we left!! They loved meeting Plop and having him sign our book! Thank you so much.
Rachel Dunn, Audience Member, Yeovil (The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, Oct 2012)
I took my three year old daughter to see "The Selfish Crocodile" at The Brook today. I have seen lots of children's theatre and this was definitely one of the best. We are now confirmed fans. Thanks for a brilliant afternoon!
Louise Ward, Audience Member, Brook Theatre, Kent (The Selfish Crocodile, Oct 2012)
Amazing show in Tewkesbury today my son was absolutely enchanted. A fantastic first theatre trip for him and now very eager to see more. Such a wonderful and captivating performance, thank you so much.
Emma Faulkner, Audience Member, Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury (How to Catch a Star, Oct 2012)
The performers were so professional and enthusiastic. The show was pitched perfectly at the age of our children. it was fantastic!
Helen Sampson, Old Mill Primary, Leicester, (The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, May 2012)
I was very excited for the children - they really enjoyed watching the show. This is an experience they will remember for a very long time!
Jonathan Kelly, Hemingbrough Primary (The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark, May 2012)
In recent years companies such as Blunderbus have pushed the standards high with superbly crafted animal costumes and head masks.
Review in The Stage Newspaper
I cried at the end. It was a very exciting, yet heartfelt performance. The actors were very kind to all of the children.
Karen Jones, Foundation Stage Co-ordinator, St John's CE Primary School, London
Blunderbus' quality is second to none. They always choose great stories and present them in such a way that it feels like you are at a theatre. They consistently deliver highest quality intense text which fits into our Curriculum.
Sue Bennett, Shears Green Primary School, Kent
Blunderbus are always engaging and accesible to all ages and genders. They always tell beautiful stories, which fit into our literacy program. The storytelling is exquisite and the way they engage the children and use their names is fantastic. They always exceed expectations.
Louise Cullen, Student and Family Support Leader, St Theresa's Primary School, Rochford.