"It's a very British form of stardom, driven with irony and self-deprecation, but Williams is a remarkable performer, capable of projecting his persona across the vastness of a rugby ground. He can fill a stadium in every sense of the phrase."
The Guardian, July ‘01
"He is by turns self-deprecating and arrogant - telling us what a superstar he is, but at the same time debunking his own myth. Perhaps there is only one word for someone so charismatic and yet so contrary: Genius."
Manchester Evening News, July ‘01
"There are some great moments - the first bit when the screen drops to reveal the stage with black leather-clad dancers parading around with iconic 'RW' flags is rather nice, as is the storming rendition of 'No Regrets' (is this Robbie's best tune? Probably) ending with the stage bursting into flames. But with these songs and tonight's audience, Robbie clearly doesn't see any need for flying around and jumping on mechanical bulls."
NME, July ‘01