'Charming and funny' - Valerie Jack
'A wonderful play! A nostalgic evening for some. So funny and entertaining, beautifully performed....You will be captivated from the first moment. The story is surprising and genuinely moving - so many people involved by the change of a hat. Great evening, brilliant show' - Shrewsbury House
'Impressed and mesmerised by Lie Back and Think of America. Natalie's performance was a rare treat. If you get the chance go!' - Joy Barrows, Encore
'Well-written and compelling' - Soho Theatre
'formally ambitious and energetically written' - Royal Court
'Wonderful matinee ....- what a treat! A terrifically crafted & sustained piece - big things surely ahead for Natalie Wilcox'.
- Tristan Bates Theatre, West End, London
'novelistic, touching, funny story about
one English family's life during WWII...Did I mention its a one-woman show?' - Chris Wolfe (Generation 9/11)
'Wilcox's performance harbours a gentle and charming nostalgia while clashing hard against the grim social relations ruined by the pressures of the war.' - Three Weeks.
'Everybody thought it was amazing and kept us all enthralled throughout. It’s a show good for both young and old' -audience member (The Manor, Basingstoke)
'We both thoroughly enjoyed it and thought that Natalie was brilliant' -Audience member (The Manor, Basingstoke)
"students were thoroughly engaged during the performance and took part enthusiastically with the interactive element of the drama workshop"
"It was really good",
"It was a fun lesson",
"It was fun to watch and made you get involved",
"I really liked it",
"I had real respect for the acting"
(Plumstead Manor School, London)