"Bin and Gone is impeccably performed – and even more than that, it's beautifully pitched. The highs are exhilarating, the lows are harrowing, but the tension's always broken by a corny joke at exactly the right time. Yes, we get to take a selfie with Dusty, and to play an entertaining round of 3-2-1. But I know now that Ted Rogers was far more than a quiz host – and that this show is about far more than a dustbin."
Fringe Guru- Richard Stamp
"The show is an hour long and, in that time, Danny Rogers has so much feeling and passion in his performance that it’s clear he misses his late father. This tribute he has written does him proud. I recommend going to see Bin and Gone if you were a child of the 70s and 80s. I would also recommend taking a hanky. You’ll need it as you’ll be laughing one minute and crying the next. Ted Rogers may have 'bin and gone' but he's certainly not been forgotten."
Broadway Baby - Louisa Lord
"Most Importantly, Danny is a sympathetic and warm teller of his father’s story – which certainly achieves his avowed aim of getting us to think again about the man behind that trademark 3-2-1 hand gesture."
Chortle- Steve Bennett
"Danny performed this show for us just before the lockdown and it really is fantastic and when it is back on the road we highly recommend you see it."
British Music Hall Society - Adam Borzone
"What makes this so memorable is the personal touch of Danny Rogers. Far from being a novelty casting, Danny’s relationship to his father is integral to the story. The writer of the this play, surprisingly, isn’t Danny, it’s a Tom Glover, but between them they tell the story that only they can. It’s little things such as Danny perfectly mimicking his father’s greatest variety hits that make this not just a memorable story but also a charming and moving story."
Pick of the Fringe - Chris Neville-Smith
"Congratulations Danny, on a well-crafted and superbly performed tribute to your dad. I worked with Ted for nearly ten years on 3-2-1 but had no idea of what lay behind his showbiz image until your play. Engaging, funny, touching, it's a perfect showcase for your own true talent. Ted would be very proud of you."
3-2-1 regular- Chris Emmett