A BRUNETTE KISS
Winner: Best Performance
End of the Pier International Film Festival
ON THE PISTE (Oldham Colliseum Dr Kevin Shaw)
Bouchet’s boastful blonde instructor wins gold in this amusing slalom tinged with sadness
Driving the action however is good looking, muscular hunk Adrian Bouchet, who plays the arrogant sex-mad Tony – a man with just enough command of English to elicit laugh after laugh
Total hypnotic entertainment
Bouchet gave an eye catching and physically confident (even arrogant performance)
Tony Muller is exceptionally well played by Adrian Bouchet who finds his character’s efforts to make everyone happy causes all sorts of problems, not least for himself.
TROILUS AND CRESSIDA (Theatre Clwyd Dr Terry Hands)
Adrian Bouchet makes a handsome job of Hector, done out of his duel when killed unarmed by Achilles and his henchmen.
Certainly Adrian Bouchet’s Hector knocks spots off those Hollywood blokes who snarl beneath a visor.
Liverpool Daily Post
The play really belongs to the Trojan, Hector…a Greek god of a figure, barrel-chested with a mane of hair, on whom the Trojan’s hopes are rested. Bouchet plays him as courageous, gracious in victory and noble in defeat; a sort of British officer class type.
Adrian Bouchet’s Hector has the sun kissed heft of an Australian lifeguard. Phenomenal ensemble acting.
DYING AND OTHER SUPERPOWERS
Bouchet’s performance is hot, hilarious and sexually rapacious as he lures Josh into the shower in one of the stand out scenes.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM (Folksy Theatre)
Bouchet’s Oberon looks as if he has just stepped from the set of the film ‘300’ and has the audience’s eyes popping. Brilliantly funny, clever direction and a refreshing realization of the popular play.
What's On Stage
ON THE PISTE (Hull Truck Theatre Dr John Godber)
Adrian Bouchet is on top form as the local ski instructor, Tony, stealing every scene, especially the hugely amusing one in the sauna where he reveals his Mr Universe dimensions
The cast all pull out superb performances particularly Adrian Bouchet, a powerhouse of rippling physique as sexy ski instructor Tony
All six actors rise manfully to the challenge — especially Catherine Kinsella and, oddly, Adrian Bouchet, whose role is basically to be a young Arnold Schwarzenegger, only human.
Adrian Bouchet plays extremely self-assured Tony without any irony or caricature, which makes it funnier than if he had tried to play it for laughs.
British Theatre Guide
ALFREDA & THE BURNED BUNS
Lisa Griffiths and Adrian Bouchet made for an engagingly spikey double act
Tom Philips – Venue