"Barlow's stage version sees the excellent Charles Edwards as Richard Hannay, the wrongly-accused English gentleman on the run."
"Maria Aitken’s production keeps us enjoying the story as well as the tricks, the humour and the send-up of tight-vowelled English derring-do. You laugh — but you also want to know what happens when Mr Memory takes the Palladium stage at the play’s denouement."
Theatre News Online
"it's fast paced, funny and literally off the wall."
"Charles Edwards is Richard Hannay, a gentleman with irony in his soul, able to avert disaster with the merest twitch of a courteous eyebrow – until a mysterious female foreigner is stabbed in his apartment."
British Theatre Guide
"Charles Edwards, a dapper, pencil- moustached Hannay holds the whole thing together with a fine sense of style."