'McAuley’s script manages to simplify mature emotional conflicts and is intelligently written. The performance is bold and retains a wonderful sense of adventure throughout, but it is its accessibility which demands the highest praise...Mac’s Arcadian possess huge potential and their place within present-day theatre making looks very promising indeed.' - A Younger Theatre

This light-hearted show is full of fun, frolics and laughter from the outset. It delivers a positive message and is presented very cleverly and is a great display of acting that incorporates sign language rather than it being separated from the piece, which you more often find. - Theatre Full Stop

'The message behind the story is lovely... In our opinion it’s definitely worth a watch.' - Single Mother Ahoy Blog
'...a lovely little play about friendship and following your dreams... an inspiring morning for primary school aged children' - Salisbury Journal
'...I don't usually post a review like this on my website, but I wanted to say that having chased my dreams of being a photographer for many years there have been lots of highs and lows...it is important not to give up. Surround yourself with people who inspire and support you and find a way to make it happen.' - Barbara Leatham

'At the heart of the play is a concept which is by nature, really quite complex; ‘What are our dreams and can we follow them?...The challenge is ... creating something that remains truly accessible to our young target audience.'

Gemma Hirst interviewing Esther McAuley