'This is a do-not-miss; Callum is so engaging and shares this with us so bravely and beautifully, using his musical and story-telling talent to reach and resonate with the audience. This is a cleverly structured resonant narrative with a lot of impact, and I highly recommend!'
'This show wasn’t on my radar until I was handed a flier (they DO work folks!) - and I’m so glad I got to see it.
It’s a beautiful, challenging, funny and uplifting story told with grace, wit and brutal honesty. Throughout, Callum effortlessly provides the soundtrack on acoustic guitar that adds to the atmosphere without distracting from his story.
Make sure you see this show.
Hope to see Callum back at the Fringe next year'
I experienced touching introspection from a deep, vulnerable character and good guitar riffs. My highlight.
What a gorgeous, lush, heartfelt show. Callum is such an amazing storyteller and he sings like an angel and fantastic songwriter to boot. Easily the best solo show I've seen this season at The Fringe.
This guy is an amazing story teller who takes you on his journey in an utterly compelling and moving way. Gripping from start to finish - funny, sad, raw and honest. Highly recommended
This show is engaging and informative, but most of all, entertaining. Callum draws us in with strong storytelling skills and original songs, before hitting us with the impact of his drinking. Highly recommended
I don’t normally write reviews, but I felt moved to do so by Callum’s performance. The thing that stands out to me is that his performance is truthful - there is nothing artificial or contrived about it, he just tells it like it was: and yet he doesn’t make the audience feel uncomfortable or embarrassed. This is no mean feat, given the intensely personal nature of the subject matter. It’s entertaining, his energy is delightful, and he comes across as a nice bloke with something important to tell you. One of the highlights of the festival, for me.