Reviews in for Octopus Soup

<h1>Octopus Soup Reviews</h1> <p><img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/medium_OctSoup_A3_0.jpg" style="height:120px; width:120px" /></p> <h2>Here&#39;s a just a taster of some of the show&#39;s brilliant reviews.

The Mummy reviews just in!

<p><img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/Mummy%20sex%20scene_0.jpg" style="width: 225px; height: 150px;" /></p> <p>&ldquo;&hellip;Milner&rsquo;s script reminds me of the golden age of radio comedy with its wordplay and double talk, complemented by much on-stage comic business of Harmston&rsquo;s devising. The laughs keep coming&hellip;. a laugh-out-loud romp, played to the hilt by a very funny ensemble&hellip;.

Saving Winnie

<p>by Jack Milner</p> <p><strong>&quot;A brilliant and surreal comedy in which the Winnie of the title believes that she is visited by God, in the form of Eurovision song contest winner Dana... it crackles with some great one liners...&quot;</strong> Kensington and Chelsea Times</p>

Derrick's Dilemma

<p>&nbsp;Venue: Old Red Lion Theatre</p> <p><strong>&quot;Milner writes a free flowing, humourous and entertaining play, cheekily and winningly performed by Ben Walden.&quot;&nbsp;</strong> <em>Helen Rose, Time Out. </em></p>

The Shock Theatre Company's History of the Theatre

<p><strong>Written by Jack Milner</strong></p> <p>Edinburgh Festival and Theatre 503</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Sublime in it&rsquo;s silliness!&rdquo; </strong>The Stage</p> <p>&ldquo;<strong>A truly original sketch show&hellip; and very funny.&rdquo; &nbsp;</strong>The Independent</p>

Oliver Twist (new devised production)

<p><strong>&ldquo;Thanks for the excellent &lsquo;Oliver Twist.&rsquo; I cannot think of another director who could have started with nothing and ended with such a sophisticated production that was still free and dynamic&hellip; cast loved every minute.&rdquo; </strong>Caroline Eves, Head of acting at East 15.</p>

Lichfield Mysteries

<p>One of the world&#39;s largest cast theatre events with over 700 actors.</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;&hellip; our greatest coup was hiring Jack Milner&hellip; his vision for the cycle was ground breaking &ndash; his infectious enthusiasm and his organisational abilities are superb!&rdquo; </strong>Chris Arnold, Chairman for Lichfield Mysteries 2006</p>

"Maggie's End"

<p>The Shaw Theatre, London</p> <p><strong>Directed </strong>by Jack Milner</p> <p><strong>Written by </strong>Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Crammed with excellent jokes, Maggie&rsquo;s End has the tang of real emotion, real anger and attitude - its stirring blasts of rage and mockery are bound to be heard elsewhere soon&rdquo;</strong> The Spectator</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Brims appealingly with undeniable passion&hellip;.in this instance, Vote Thatcher&rd

Snow White

<h3> <img alt="" src="/sites/default/files/kara%20and%20joe.jpg" style="width: 107px; height: 107px;" /></h3> <p>Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs: Bristol Hippodrome</p> <h4> <strong>Bristol Evening Post review</strong></h4> <p>Crackerjack rating: 9 / 10.</p> <p>Mirror, mirror on the wall &ndash; which is the most magnificent panto of them all?</p> <p>Judging by last night&rsquo;s show, Bristol Hippodrom&rsquo;s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs could well be it.&

"Photo Finish"

<p><strong><a href="" title="Permanent Link: Photo Finish – The Customs House, South Shields">Photo Finish &ndash; The Customs House, South Shields</a></strong></p> <p><strong>Writers: Ed Waugh &amp; Trevor Wood&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Director: Jack Milner</strong></p> <p>Venue: Customs House, South Shields</p> <p><strong>The Public Reviews Rating: </strong><s