The Stolen Inches
Edinburgh Festival 2015
Never Ever After
Margate Theatre Royal and Tour for Chalkfoot Theatre Company..
Neil Andrew, as Miles, was utterly convincing in his portrayal of vulnerability; his speech, facial expressions and awkward movements never wavering.
Elaine Godden – The Kent Messenger
Andrew is very compelling to watch. He captures perfectly the child-like gullibility of his character, along with exactly the right face and hand gestures.
Susan Elkin – The Stage
Paul Taylor and Neil Andrew as Belle's sisters Avril and Fleur are superb in drag.
Julie Watterston – The Stage
All credit to director Sally Hughes for an outstanding production....Neil Andrew is excellent as the older brother.
Shelia Tracey - The Stage
Beautey and The Beast
Beauty and The Beast
The Wilde Theatre Bracknell
Spring and Port Wine
The Mill at Sonning
The production never misses a beat. The acting is, frankly, superb: Neil Andrew as Bernard, the father, displays arrogance, intransigence and weakness in perfect doses.
Adam was also well played by Neil Andrew and his scenes with Carol were convincing and believable. He made a real character out of Adam, the harmless or not so harmless lout, one sees aimlessly mooching about, just out of touch with reality and still in a way streetwise… after this performance I can only say ‘watch this space’.
David Munro – Indie London
Wimbledon Studio Theatre