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'The audience was blown away.. people are really talking'  Fiona Razvi, Director, Wimbledon BookFest

'Remarkable and entertaining.. truly enriching'  Patrick Lennon, Irish Times, International Edition

'We have all had our spirits uplifted this evening...and it has been unlike any evening we've had before'  Frank Horan, Chairman, Luton Irish Forum

'Cox is a spellbinding storyteller... heightened by West’s superb performance on the harp, both moving and playful'  The Pickled Egg - Ilkley Lit Fest blog

'A superb production - reaches soul and mind'  John McIntyre, Birmingham Irish Heritage Group

'There's a magic at work here, not only in the excellent performances but in the poets' words brought so vividly to lifeC Morgan, Dylan Thomas Theatre, Swansea

'Unforgettable..a stand-out performance'  Catherina Casey, GM, Irish Cultural Centre, London

'Startling and rewarding... don't miss this - 5 stars!'Remotegoat  Reviews

'A profound reminder of the richness, the wealth, of Irish literature'   MM, Surrey

'Wonderful. Marries music and poetry in such a beautiful, moving way'  Ali S, Tyneside

'Relevant for today and very thought provoking. That’s what art should be: you should bring something away with you.' Bethany Ramsey, choreographer, Surrey

'Absolutely outstanding. The delivery was superb'  J Dakowski, Wimbledon BookFest

'Truly inspirational'  June & Peter Hammill, Lit & Phil Library, Newcastle

'Ingenious, uplifting, intriguing. It's a real privilege to see something of this quality'                          Chris O'Malley,  Director, Irish Arts Foundation

'Well deserving of full houses and standing ovations - it took my breath away!' Bridie Breen, Irish World Heritage Centre, Manchester

'already a massive hit with audiences throughout Britain'  Irish Independent

'charged with humour and emotion... I recommend you experience Journey to the Fifth Province'           The Craic is Back Magazine