'…the staging, movement, characterisation and dancers were everything British contemporary dance theatre should be.'Libby Costello - LondonDance (2009) on Hotel Follies

'…witty…inventive…”laugh out loud”…Zany in a Tim Burton sort of way. I loved it.'Janet McNulty - (2009) on Scenes from a Wedding

'full of imaginative choreographic ideas … a bravura piece… 'Howard Loxton - The British Theatre Guide (2009) on Hotel Follies

'Performance with the power to intrigue'Keith Watson - Metro (2007) on Rain Check

'Christopher Marney is a one-off… multi-talented: a brilliant producer, a good, quirky choreographer and he also dances. He is going to be the first Christopher Marney. 'Craig Dodd - Dancing Times (2010) on Carnival of the Animals


'…the platinum-wigged, white-satin-suited fairy godfather called the Angel, danced with Cary Grant suavity by Christopher Marney. 'Roslyn Sulcas - The New York Times (2011) on Cinderella

'gifted performers…Christopher Marney stands out as the Angel… He closes the show with a wonderful touch. 'Gary Naylor - Broadway World (2011) on Cinderella

'… brilliantly cast… commanding presence…Christopher Marney as the Prince, whose boyish looks and slightness convey a sense of vulnerability…theatric prowess. 'Selma Nadarajah - Australian Stage (2007) on Swan Lake

'Christopher Marney’s enticing performance as Romeo.'Duska Radosavljevic - The Stage (2008) on Dorian Gray

'Christopher Marney offers sincerity as the Thief'The Times (2009) on The Thief of Baghdad