"I really enjoyed this play. Having only seen the film before, I was very impressed by the acting of all the cast. The humour was great. Belinda Lang was brilliant. I can only think that the critics"... (read full reviews)
"There were a variety of acts from a singer, a mentalist, close up magicians (one working in the audience) and a Hypnotist. The evening left me totally enraptured by both the magic and especially the"... (read full reviews)
"I thoroughly enjoyed this subtle musical. I thought the directing and scenery were very good. The cast were chosen just right for their roles. I particularly liked Chris Branch who was enchanting as"... (read full reviews)
"The curtain opens to reveal a truly lovely set that comprises of the posh living room in the rural ‘Bliss’ house hold, complete with stairs, landing and French doors out into the garden.
The period is"... (read full reviews)
"Some of the dialogue was very hard to hear (and we were in the middle of the stalls - not at the back of the circle). Consequently, my husband found it difficult to follow the plot. I know the play"... (read full reviews)
"Rowan Atkinson was arguably the main draw for many theatre-goers to this gentle story set in a 60's language school in Cambridge.
If you came along expecting a comedic farce with plenty of Rowan's"... (read full reviews)
"This was an amazing play. Matthew Fox was scary and intimidating and Olivia Williams was just brilliant. They played brother and sister who had a very difficult relationship since childhood. They met"... (read full reviews)
"Jeff Goldblum and Mercedes Ruehl were stunning as the married couple - him as a man 'on the edge' and her as his long suffering wife. Great lines, and remains relevant today despite being written in"... (read full reviews)
"Probably It is not exactly the kind of show for me. The actors are absolutely great but the show is just a series of non sense situation, word-joking...nothing really happens. But the theatre is"... (read full reviews)
"Brilliant acting and set design/scene changes. With the script and time changes I had expected to be confused but it was edge of the seat fascinating. A sparse script full of the implied and momentous"... (read full reviews)
"It was lovely to see a play rather than a musical. The scottish speaking cast were fantastic. Loved the music too. You were drawn into the scenes immediately. The female lead (15/08/14) was brilliant."... (read full reviews)
"Although I enjoyed the play I have no idea why it was billed as blisteringly funny and it came as a huge surprise to find them all speaking with Bostonian accents. The theatre upgraded our tickets and"... (read full reviews)
"I felt this play was dated now. Some good acting all right. But would not recommended it to friends. and the seats were so close, it was very uncomfortable. Not good value for money."... (read full reviews)
"Seats very uncomfortable in Lilian baylis gallery - very little leg-room - luckily no one in front of me, so i could put my leg over to seat in front. I object to being charged £1-50 for them to hold"... (read full reviews)
"Not what was expected, or what was advertised by ticketmaster.
This was NOT "A Midsummer Nights Dream", it was an avant garde interpretation of a part of the play (The Pyramus and Thisbe "play within"... (read full reviews)