Egomaniac - Premiere at Fright Fest

'Leading lady Nic Lamont shines as Catherine, creating a character that is extremely likeable, smart and funny.' -Scream Horror Magazine

 'Nic Lamont absolutely shines as lead Catherine Sweeney, giving the character intelligence and humour in equal parts.'

'Credit must go to the brilliant Nic Lamont for bringing warmth and likeability to Sweeney, and making us sympathetic to her plight. Inherently funny, and with an excellent sense of timing, she nails her (sometimes improvised) lines.'

'A hilarious performance from Nic Lamont, who carries Shenton’s vision with grace and gravitas.' -

Graeme of Thrones - Adelaide Fringe

'Nicola Lamont steals the show as pretentious would-be actress Bryony, with her re-enactment of King Robert’s death from the boar’s perspective and a glittering interpretative dance to celebrate the arrival of Sansa’s womanhood.' -The Advertiser

'Lamont’s Red Woman giving birth to a black spirit, her solo dance drama of Sansa Stark’s first period, and a boar’s perspective of Robert Baratheon’s savage end were highly entertaining.' -In Daily

Shock Treatment – King’s Head Theatre

‘Rhys-Davies and Nic Lamont share synergy and focus… Likeable and affable, they are both very engaging.’  – British Theatre 2015

 ‘Adam Rhys-Davies and Nic Lamont nod to B-movie horror flicks with their delightfully freaky crank doctors.’ – The Telegraph 2015

‘There are some strokes of casting genius from Liz Bichard, particularly when choosing existing duo Nic Lamont and Adam Rhys-Davies (both great, laconic fun) to play Nation and Cosmo’ – WhatsOnStage 2015


The Twins Macabre – Edinburgh Fringe

‘Lamont and Rhys-Davies stretch their dramatic legs and show off their range as they proceed to be inhabited by a variety of different characters.’ – Broadway Baby 2014

‘They brilliantly inhabit their characters…  the stories of their own childhood are particularly inspired.’ –The List 2014

‘Their twisted characterisations are wonderfully specific, absorbing us in the darkest depths of comedy… the quirky duo bounce off each other with well-honed vigour.’ – PostScript Journal 2014


The Improvised Musical – Edinburgh Fringe

‘Nic Lamont and Adam Rhys-Davies are the highlight... hijinks, unexpected retorts, witty quips, and the fine art of duet.’ – The Skinny 2012

‘The delightful Nic Lamont has genuine comic talent and timing.’ – A Younger Theatre 2011

‘Nic Lamont provides everything from physical theatre to witty puns and exceptionally improvised lyrics which deserve huge credit.’ – Broadway Baby 2011


The Tartuffe- York Theatre Royal

‘An Edith Piaf clone (Nic Lamont, with such personality in her voice).’ – The York Press 2010


Hedwig and the Angry Inch – Drama Barn York

‘A most versatile talent, showcased her usual, chameleonic prowess, and a truly outstanding pair of lungs.’ – Nouse 2009