Indielondon.co.uk 2003

‘Adams provides most of the comedy, as the drunken Dean Martin.’….
‘Indeed the show is at its most vibrant and memorable whenever he takes to the stage, with renditions of Volare and That’s Amore more likely to get the audience singing along, than anything else, and his drunken tomfoolery, couple with his insatiable flirting, seldom failing to generate a laugh.’….
‘What he lacks in terms of looks (compared to Martin), he more than makes up for with charisma.’

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