Time Out in their review of Tobias’ show Out of the Blues at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall, reported that "Tak is the most elegant tap dancer you’re likely to see. If you haven’t seen Tak in fluid, syncopated action, you’re missing out on a great treat."

"Tak’s singing and dancing including a breathtaking tap solo is also out of the top drawer, whether he’s singing in English, French or German."
The Stage

"Tak made his feet chatter and swoon, he made them sound like tambourines, pistol shots and drums, he made them romantic and witty. He didn’t just step a tune, he danced an entire Broadway musical." The Guardian

"As a performer, Tak is immensely personable, ?and he displays a casual virtuosity."
The Times

"An effervescent show. Sparkling, exciting and uniquely entertaining. The sheer professionalism left the audience in raptures."
Newcastle Evening Chronicle

"A bundle of pure energy which seemed inexhaustible?bringing gasps of amazement and cries of pleasure from a packed audience whose ages ranged from 10 to at least 6 decades more. The most amazing steps I have ever seen. Dazzling."
Jersey Evening Post

"The energy was outrageous and the dancing contagious."
The Guardian

"Tobias is the top of tap! A dazzling show in a sold-out house."
Dortmunder Rundschau

"One marvels at his dexterity and style. A show to brighten even the dreariest of days."
The List Edinburgh

"From opening number to closing hit, they captivated their audience.
Come back soon!"
Frankfurter Allgemeine

"The 400 plus seat Northcott Theatre was sold out for the show, and those who had managed to get tickets were obviously delighted to be there. They gave Tobias a rousing reception…His movements were fluid and clean, always upbeat and unpredictable."
Exeter Echo

"While jets zoomed off the runways outside Norman Foster's glorious windows, several hundred people gathered to watch Tobias Tak and his show. Stanstead's spacious interior makes for a wonderfully airy environment in which to watch dance, although this is the kind of show that would have been just as well suited to an intimate cabaret."
The Times – on their show at Stanstead Airport

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