Oh yes it is.....it's Pauls' panto gallery & reviews....
It’s very much Hook and Smee’s show. Even when he appears the morning after with his hair in rollers, Revel Horwood can’t fail to exude that sinister Strictly alter ego and yet his eleventh hour My Way effortlessly grabs sympathy, while Smee’s extended solo routines get the Britain’s Got Talent impressionist expertly working the audience to the front row’s particular delight.
'Paul Burling's very slick turn as Smee showcases his talents as a top comic. he serves up a succession of spot on impressions....'
'Paul Burling, is a treat for audiences old and young in his role as Smee. Burling brings us voices from a variety of TV shows and personalities, from The Simpsons to Joe Pasquale, reminding us of his unique vocal talent, with even Horwood’s TV co-stars Bruce Forsyth and Len Goodman not escaping Burling’s wit. Burling’s Smee is wickedly funny, and it is his natural comic style and quick wittedness that shines throughout' - Dan English 'The Public Review'
Paul Burling’s energetic, almost continual mimicry (as Buttons) underpins the show....Cheryl Fergison in a Strictly Come Dancing spoof with Burling as Bruce Forsyth in which both actors are very funny indeed' 'The Stage'
'Paul Burling as Wishee Washee, in particular, deserves mention since he only really became known after years of hard work through his appearance on Britain’s Got Talent in 2010. And such talent! His impressions are brilliant, funny and prolific'. - Maggie Consable - 'The Public Review'
'Paul Burling - a Chatham regular with Britain’s Got Talent behind him and his own ITV show coming up - got a round of applause at his first appearance as Billy Trott. His continuous, talented mimicry goes down well with the audience' - The Stage
'Paul Burling as Wishee is a talented mimic and Paul Hendy’s Aladdin is scripted to give him plenty of scope. This is Burling’s fourth Chatham season and I think some of the audience are here just to hear and see his clever oral and facial gymnastics' - The Stage