Reviews

“By far the strongest and most fluid performance comes from the ship’s Captain, Lord Spygood (Andrew Blair) and his first mate (Adam Butler). Blair embodies the type of blundering nincompoop that fans of traditional British comedy will know and love (think Basil Fawlty with a passion for firearms), perfectly complemented by Butler’s unfaltering dead pan responses.” – Titanic 2:Pig in the City, 2015

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“Adam Butler’s Caesar is a commanding figure off the pitch too, calm and clear, with the absence of reasons why he might be considered a nascent tyrant down to the concept more than his performance.” – Julius Caesar, 2016

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“Adam Butler as Caesar is every inch the star player in this outing, commanding attention and respect from all around him, and it is easy to build rapport with him as the fans’ favourite. He is confident, charismatic and handles Shakespeare’s text very well.” – Julius Caesar, 2016

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“Adam Butler also comes into his own as Henrik, Torsten’s brother. As the victim of Torsten’s erratic behaviour and financial irresponsibility, he epitomises the struggle between sympathy, guardianship, and needing to discipline the liberties which his brother is taking.” – Happy Yet?, 2016

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“Adam George Butler’s Cinesias revels in his limp ridiculousness” – Lysistrata, 2017

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“our *ahem* engorged Cinesias, performed ever so beautifully by Adam George Butler, captures the utter depravity and over-the-edge stupidity Lysistrata is renowned for.” – Lysistrata, 2017

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“Credit to actor Adam George Butler for managing his most phallic of props with, ahem, decorum.” – Lysistrata, 2017

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“there are glimpses of promising ability, especially from Megan Fraser (Stratyllus), Conor McLeod (the men’s leader) and Adam George Butler (Cinesias).” – Lysistrata, 2017

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“The play is full of innuendo and dirty jokes which were fully enjoyed by the audience and performed extremely well by the company especially by Adam George Butler who played Cinesias” – Lysistrata, 2017

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“Sally Cairns and Adam George Butler were particularly effective as Myrrhine and Cinesias in their wickedly funny central scene.” – Lysistrata, 2017

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