Follow the links for the Rising Damp reviews, UK No 1 Tour 2013
''Wonderfully funny [...] Paul Morse, playing Alan, shoulders responsibility for the story with workmanlike skill, not only handling the play's mechanics but also a considerable share of the jokes''
 Manchester Evening News
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The excellent Paul Morse keeps the audience both engaged and entertained - Hereford Times
This talented young actor brings dynamism to the role
- The Stage
 Paul Morse was brilliant. He had an intense and engaging stage presence that just commanded the audience's attention  throughout - Stourbridge News
Theatre at its best - Ross Gazette
Terriffic performer - The Stage
Paul Morse spoke with clarity and conviction, switching our emotions from humour to horror with vulgarity, versatility and irreverence, Joan Littlewood would be delighted - Hexham Courant
Highly talented - The Stage

Wonderfully talented actor at the peak of his dame career - The Stage

Splendid comedian with good timing and well delivered lines - The Stage

Paul Morse was excellent - a real skill
- Encore Magazine

The incapably funny Sir Andrew Aguecheek played by Paul Morse was the original rubber man - Medway Messenger

Paul Morse stole this entertainingly ludicrous show - The Stage
Superlative Shakespeare, Paul Morse was a strong Malcolm Surrey Online

The best Twelfth Night in some 40-odd years, a performance par excellence - Medway Standard