"A convincing, and often spine-tingling, glimpse of what is was like to have been at the epicentre of the maelstrom that was Beatlemania in the sixties." Jackie Hayden (Wexford Echo)
"Intriguing, funny, wry, sad and full of surprises."
Billy Roche (Playwright, author of The Wexford Trilogy)
"As Mal. Nik Wood-Jones makes such a convincing, loyal and loveable rogue that it's not hard to see why the fab 4 wanted him by their side at all times." Lauren Paxman (The Stage)
"Choice Beatles anecdotes are recounted, and Wood-Jones’s laconic scouse impersonations are convincing." David Pollock (The Scotsman)
And of course Mal was with Bob Dylan, his missus Sara and manager Al departing from the Isle of Wight festival 1969 - a magic time.