"Suburb jokes, Soaked in self-deprecation, this is a hugely likeable show that isn't afraid to ask some difficult questions. There is also a first-rate riff on those guilt-inducing charity adverts, which is worth the admission price alone" The Telegraph.
"A dauntless introduction, competently delivered with plenty of self-deprecation". Chortle
"Paul is funny, charming and charismatic and had his audience laughing regularly at his stories"
Arts Award Voice
"Uniquely funny & unexpectedly touching" Fringe Biscuit
"McMullan is absolutely fantastic. He has an easy charm, and a knack for bringing out the comedy in otherwise hefty subject matter." Broadway Baby
"A thoughtful and affecting show, delivered with real candidness". Three Weeks
"He's a laid-back, cheeky presence, and when he seems set to slip into schmaltz while describing a setback to his recovery, there's a lovely bit of bathos that saves him". The List