And here’s what the Press said about …

The Very Perry Shows

★★★★Witty…wonderful…unique…Kate Perry is a major talent’ Edinburgh Festival Magazine

★★★★ Each monologue was funnier than the last’ Comedy Coroner, Edinburgh Fringe

‘Hilarious, one would easily spend more time in the company of sly dry Perry’ The Big List

‘Neat miniatures all, precisely and wittily delineated’ The Irish Times

‘Kate Perry is a very funny woman, high class sketches laced with compassion and witSunday Independent

 ‘Kate Perry is a fine actress’ Max Stafford-Clark

★★★★ ‘Refreshing, unpredictable, an absolute pleasure to see’ London Theatre1

‘Skilled character comedy, a guaranteed great time’ A Younger Theartre

Do Not Adjust Yourself

‘Obsessed with their television sets this series is bung-full of good lines and great characters…It’s well worth tuning in for this highly entertaining journey’   Radio Times

 Mańana

‘A bright engaging parable, somewhat French in style, neatly observed with virtually no dialogue’ Roddy Doyle

‘A well told colourful film’  Irish Sunday Tribune

Consuming Celia

‘Kate Perry’s touching, humorous radio play Consuming Celia demonstrates that a literary engagement with modern Ireland need not be a sombre, high-minded affair’ Irish Sunday Business Post

No Mate for The Magpie

‘Perry coaxed easy laughter and shocked giggles from her spellbound audience’ The Irish Times

‘Beautifully paced, Perry’s energy never flags, as she whisks us through a comical convent into the midst of a hostile mob, on marches for civil rights and never-ending searches for stability, a job, a flat, a bit of peace of mind’   Irish Independent

‘You fall for Kate Perry, the button faced pixie heroine of ‘No Mate for the Magpie,’ before she even speaks a word’  San Francisco Chronicle 

Sheela-na-Gig

‘It’s a treat, as much for the wide-eyed innocence of its gentle satire as for the rarity of its female picaresque narrator’  San Francisco Examiner