"Chalmers certainly milks us dry of laughter and tears...an acting tour-de-force for Chalmers, who ricochets at dizzying speed between different vocal intonations and mannerisms. Each character is incredibly vivid" 

The Metro


"the Norfolk-born playwright and actor, at the age of just 26, puts on both a physically and mentally provocative performance. Stripped is one of this year's gems"

Sunday Express

 

"Chalmers as an actress gives a master class in playing multiple roles seamlessly... Her performance as each character is so layered that visualizing the various people was easy...a unique and talented performer."

WhatsOnStage

 

"Chalmers is cute, funny, smart and fun to watch, and her exposé of the lap-dancing racket makes more sense and rings truer than 1000 speeches from 1000 politicians."

The Scotsman, 'Best of the Fest'

"the young actor/writer Chalmers seems to have a natural instinct for theatrical storytelling and comic timing...a really perceptive actor and writer"

The Stage, 'Must See'


"A kaleidoscope of absorbing characters are created by one actor in this play...It is easy to believe in all of these, and Hannah Chalmers moves seamlessly back and forth between them. This is an exquisite display of virtuoso acting"

Broadway Baby

"Chalmers portrays a variety of characters with such precision and charm creating a show that is engaging and riveting throughout....The script is very well written, undulating between sharp and comic to moving and poignant...Chalmers is a brilliant comic actress"

Fringe Review

"Chalmers' characterisations are superb, and as she endows each person with their own distinctive physicality, she completely holds the viewer's attention...expect to be entertained and moved"

Three Weeks

"writing and performance are so perfectly pitched that it succeeds in being both genuinely affecting and funny...Armed with an impressive range of accents, Chalmers conjures an array of characters...So well-studied is her performance that even the scene depicting the sleazy male Scottish manager getting a private dance is utterly convincing"

Big On Glasgow

"there's a breezy, light-hearted charm about this production, largely a product of Chalmers' megawatt personality...compelling and entertaining...a very funny performance"

Fest Mag

"The play expertly balances the humour with the themes and is further enhanced by Chalmers and her incredible one woman performance as she slips expertly between nearly a dozen characters."

Hairline

"Hannah Chalmers proves herself a versatile performer in this one-woman show, dropping comfortably into an array of archetypes"

The List

"Chalmers is an engaging performer and seamlessly shifts character, clearly distinguishing each. Her talent engages throughout and as a result the audience genuinely experience a number of emotions as we follow the story"

One4Review