"Michael Fenner shines as Ivor...he is hopelessly lovable. He comes into his own with a fantastically snappy monologue in the second act." THE VIENNA REVIEW
WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS
"Michael Fenner more than holds his own as Charlot..." THE STAGE
"Michael Fenner's performance is outstandingly good. His presence is there from the moment he appears; indeed, he is so accomplished that you have to remind yourself he's the chap we should be hoping will fail." DOCKLANDS 24
"Michael Fenner's performance was enough to make the hair stand on end; and that was not just the uniform, his authoritative presence giving way at moments to vulnerable sensitivity. With the right timing, Fenner was able to convey some touching humour." BEXLEY TIMES
"Michael Fenner's charming central performance holds the piece together." WHARF
"Most successful is the depiction of Rolf; instead of a caricature of the cold and abrupt Nazi officer, Michael Fenner, mature and manly (and gentle as well), wonderfully delivers a man of great warmth, humour and, clearly, a capacity for love...we cannot help being charmed by Rolf." EXTRA!EXTRA!
"Michael Fenner is persuasive and convincing as the occupying general Rolf, with his perfect command of humour." THE STAGE
"Michael Fenner portrays an honourable man, doing his duty even when it pains him - a very sympathetic character, who really stole the show." DAVE'S FREE PRESS
A NIGHT IN PROVENCE
"Maurice...played with outstanding comic timing by Michael Fenner..." WOKINGHAM TIMES
"Michael Fenner as the sexy Maurice, is irresistible..." THE STAGE
"Michael Fenner gives a stylish and polished performance throughout..." HENLEY STANDARD
"There are imaginative flourishes throughout, in particular Michael Fenner's Cibber....." TIME OUT
"Cibber, played with bouncing bonhomie by Michael Fenner....." THE STAGE
"Michael Fenner is an ebullient Cibber....." WHAT'S ON
"Michael Fenner is very well cast....." THE HAM & HIGH
NOT NOW DARLING
" Michael Fenner is the very personification of the predatory male."
THE TRUMPET MAJOR
"It is a shock to realise that it is Michael Fenner who appears almost contemporaneously as the miserly, scrooge-like Squire and the down-to earth, kindly Miller, but it is."