Robin Hood (Theatr Clwyd)

Robin Hood at Theatr Clwyd. Photography by Kirsten Mcternan.

“Connor Going plays protagonist Robin Hood assuredly, striking up a warm and natural rapport with his audience immediately.”

The Reviews Hub, Clare Boswell

The cast displays almost an embarrassment of talent, with note-perfect voices even while dancing and each a master of several instruments.”

Art Scene in Wales, Laura Edwards 

“Going as Robin Hood leads the way extremely well with incredible vocals and great dance moves.”

North West End UK, Damian Riverol


Noises Off (Pitlochry Festival Theatre)

Noises Off, Pitlochry Festival Theatre 2022. Photography by Fraser Band.

"Connor Going's Garry is a highlight...there's an edge to all he does and his physical comedy in act two is terrific." WhatsonStage, Simon Thompson

"[Connor Going] very successfully embodies Garry's actually-quite-good acting alongside his complete inability to finish a sentence in real life. Going also delivers one of the most impressive physical moments of the night, leading to mid-show applause." West End Best Friend, Lorna Murray

"the audience at this particular performance was certainly enjoying themselves." Broadway World, Fiona Scott

Sunshine on Leith (King's Theatre Edinburgh)

Sunshine on Leith, Pitlochry Festival Theatre Capital Theatres Edinburgh 2022

"Connor Going is the standout among the principals as Davy" The Times, Allan Radcliffe

"an excellent Connor Going throwing heart and soul into the stories of the two younger couples." The Scotsman, Joyce Mcmillan

"Connor Going and Keith Jack are an instantly likeable pair as our heroes with good singing voices" The Herald, Keith Bruce

"If the leads are a tad restrained, more televisual than theatrical, their harmonies are heavenly and their hearts are gloriously in the right place." The Guardian, Mark Fisher


Donald and Benoit (Sound Stage)

Donald and Benoit (Sound Stage)

"It's not just the sound production that makes this so effective, the cast are just fantastic too"

"Connor Going keeps up the energy as Donald the cat"

Everything Theatre, Lily Middleton

"The relationship between our two main characters is adorable."

"Benoit (played by Ross Baxter) and his lovable, but noisy kitten Donald (played by Connor Going)."

West End Best Friend, Rachel Louise Martin


"it's imaginative and funny, sweet and completely chaotic which children will love."

Indecent Proposal (Southwark Playhouse)

"It’s always a pleasure to have a live band, and all the more so when you can see them. The Southwark often excels in this department and they’ve done it again, with a tight four-piece led by Connor Going." Exeunt Magazine, Miriam Sallon

"Connor Going leads the onstage band well" Broadway World, Helen Maybanks

"The musicians are excellent...I would pay to see these performers just doing the soundtrack, without the accompanying play." Everything Theatre, Nathan Blue

The Wind In The Willows (Pitlochry Festival Theatre)

"The Wind in the Willows is beautifully done, perfectly cast and a total credit to this production team who have worked so hard to bring live theatre back in Scotland."

"The Wind in the Willows exceeded all of my expectations."

Broadway World, Natalie O'Donoghue


"the pun-toting and innocent appeal of Conor Going’s Otter, who also provides a spectacular vocal performance as the Judge"

"the movements to and from the set-pieces come over as natural and uncontrived as the cast interacts with the audience"

The Choir of Man (Adelaide Fringe Festival 2021)

The Choir of Man Adelaide Fringe Festival Moa Gluttony 2021

"It is the harmonies and the balance of their voices that makes this a standout performance. The acting is top drawer too."

"Humour was added by giving The Proclaimers' 500 Miles the classical treatment"

The Clothesline, Cathy Tune

"They show their indefatiguable commitment every second they are on stage, complimenting each other with their movement, dancing and singing."

"[Going] teased us with tempo variations, before finally succumbing to audience pressure and releasing the sing-along hounds."

A Christmas Carol (Barn Theatre Cirencester)

A Christmas Carol Barn Theatre Cirencester, photography by Evoke Pictures

"A Christmas Carol is a delight from start to end"

"A truly wonderful five star treat."

Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

"actors worthy of national stages... they received a well-deserved standing ovation."

SoGlos Gloucestershire, Amy Wright

"an imaginative new version of Charles Dickens' festive fable A Christmas Carol"

Muiscal Theatre Review, John Houseman


The Choir of Man (USA Tour)

"I walked into The Choir of Man after a long day expecting to see a good show. I left feeling like I’d made nine new friends and was ready to face the next day with a spring in my step, a renewed love for music in my heart, and a new-found inspiration to raise a glass to every up and down life throws my way."

Brazos Valley Insite, Rachel Knight

"The Choir of Man has a powerful message of friendship and creatively depicts the importance of family, community and living in the moment."

Broadway World, Bryan-Keyth Wilson


Footloose (UK & International Tour)

Footloose UK & International Tour

"Connor Going's Chuck, the bad boy, made much more impact... there's just not enough of him."

"The two onstage keyboards are shared around - and one or two of the cast sounded all but virtuosic."

Behind The Arras, Roderic Dunnett

"The stars of the show [include] without a shadow of a doubt Connor Going... exceptional vocals throughout the show."




The Choir Of Man (Adelaide Fringe Festival 2018)

The Choir of Man, Adelaide Fringe, March 2018.

"The Choir of Man is a powerhouse delight for ladies and gentlemen alike."

The Advertiser, Patrick McDonald

"an unequivocally brilliant show."  

The Upside News, Ken Grady  

"Infectious and Positive, Welcome to the best pub in town"

The Clothesline, Michael Coghlan



Shitfaced Showtime: The Pirates of Penzance

Shitfaced Showtime: Pirates of Penzance promo

"An outrageous evening that will have you dabbing tears away from laughing too hard."

Broadway Baby, Louise Jones

"Sh*tfaced Showtime is genius... executed with sheer perfection and brilliant talent."

Get The Chance Theatre, Hannah Goslin

Shitfaced Showtime: The Pirates of Penzance
"Intoxicatingly good"


The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

"Credit must also go to Connor Going for his tight musical direction of his note-perfect and fantastic sounding ensemble."

"a joyous evening of theatre that's impossible to resist."

Glasgow Theatre Blog, Lauren Humphreys


"Have you ever gone to see a show that's totally exceeded all your expectations?"

"This show is sharp, witty and downright hilarious."