The Importance of Being Earnest
It was Jackson Pentland who took on the awesome task of playing Lady Bracknell, and he did it with consummate ease, as well as playing several other parts in the production.
Sigrid Sherell, The Edenbridge Chronicle
'Praise should be given to several of the actors. Kimesha Campell as Sam and Jackson Pentland as George are the glue that holds the piece together'
Jemma Anderson, A Younger Theatre
Danny the Champion of the World
Perfecting the reassuring father figure of Danny’s wise yet protective Dad William, Jackson Pentland’s poignant interactions with Matthews prove continuously endearing.
Nick Dines, The Stage
Wind in the Willows (Brentwood Theatre)
Incorrigble Toad almost steals the show - but not quite - the rest of the cast hold their own. But Toad is outstanding. Jackson Pentland captures Toad’s irrepressible, irresponsible, irritating behaviour perfectly, with a remarkable range of facial expressions.
Pat Higgins, The Yellow Advertiser
Jackson Pentland did a fantastic job of embodying the energy and vain mindset of the Mr Toad, thinking he was the best animal in the world. He had some wonderful lines that he was able to time perfectly, allowing full effect for the audience. But he was also able to ad-lib and play on the audience’s reactions to bring more laughter to the night.
Andy Wilkin, Hornchurch Life
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Jackson Pentland is comical as the self-important Bottom disguised as an ass in an effective willow-woven mask, and rises to heights of farce as Pyramus in a very funny dying scene.
Pru Farrier, The Stage
Much Ado About Nothing
‘Wernham and Pentland are delightful to watch, using the limited set to their advantage and delivering the most laughs. In fact, they are by far the most entertaining…’
Matt Jarram, The Loughborough Echo
The Wind in the Willows
Pentland… plays a fantastically bumptious Toad Sylvia Thompson, The Irish Times
Jackson Pentland’s Mr Toad brought colour to the stage. His vibrant flamboyance oozed across the set as he threw
himself head-on into his cheeky character.
Marisa Cashill, The Derbyshire Times
Around the World in 80 Days
Pulling the performance together with both confidence and physical exuberance was Jackson Pentland as Fogg’s ill-fortuned aid Passepartout – former acrobat, gymnast and fireman.
Georgina Carter, The Cornish Guardian
‘The ever reliable fairy godmother, strongly (and very camply) played by Jackson Pentland’ James Martin,The Public Reviews