"Di Fonzo's treatment has something of the go-anywhere gusto of a [Lenny] Bruce stand-up routine. It flits between time, location and characters, generating a jazzy fantasia on the theme of Bruce in Sydney. It jumps between Bruce on stage and off, between people remembering him and journalists reporting his ''sickness''."
"Not so much glissendorf as 'a vaudevillean mash-up of stand-up, documentary and jazz' in a 'surreal investigation of the attempted Sydney tour of this legendary comedian', 'loosely distorted from the book Lenny Bruce: 13 Days in Sydney, by Damien Kringas. It's vintage, tongue-in-cheeky Di Fonzo and proves an apt description, with its sidelights of people Lenny encountered in the Antipodes, on his arrival direct from a season at Peter Cook’s Establishment Club in London."