Check out the latest reviews for Happy Hour! Half way through our autumn tour, our next performance is Jacksons Lane, London, 1 & 2nd November
‘Expertly choreographed …There’s a lot of laugh out loud comedy on display, especially in the choreography, and the show has a big heart. This is thought-provoking stuff and anyone who has ever been asked to complete a happiness survey by their employer may be left feeling slightly queasy.
The Stage (Nigel Smith)
Tmesis yet again have scored a direct hit with their performance, outstanding choreography, the writing and delivery of a script that is the essence of capturing a human emotion and one that is, for an hour, something that really makes you happy to be part of; a performance of spectacle and true quality.
Liverpool Sound & Vision (9/10 – Ian Hall)
Cleverly put together physical theatre, beautifully thought out choreography and quick witted humour, it’s clear to see how the piece has evolved over time and what the valuable messages are. North West End ***** – Amanda Woods)
Tmesis have done a brilliant job of creating a skewed office comedy that has a good measure of slapstick. Nerve Magazine (Ashley McGovern)
What entails is a myriad of business world ‘life-coaching’ and hilarious office politics. Cringe-worthy, hysterical and bizarre, this is a show like no other.Happy Hour is a wonderful piece of theatre… keeps the audience rolling with laughter.For those new to physical theatre, Happy Hour will be the show to turn your head.Urbanista (Liam Porter)
Happy Hour is packed with madness, beautifully choreographed and brilliantly performed.
Liverpool Art Scene **** (Janine Phillips)
Four performers on a wry, sideways rollercoaster ride through modern life, brimming with as much fun as poignancy.Tmesis create a universe that owes as much to 1984 as it does Morecambe and Wise; like Terry Gilliam’s Brazil with David Brent in the lead.
Does not waste a moment and enthralls and intrigues from beginning to end
Made up on Stage (Vicky Anderson)