Merry Wives of Windsor (2015)


Chester Chronicle   ****
“a right romp”
Jessica Curtis’s design was perfect and she didn’t miss a trick”
Daniel Goode was hilarious as Falstaff”
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The Reviews Hub   *****
Rebecca Gatward’s riotous adaptation”
“Chester Performs have created an evening of sheer delight and the comedic elements of the script gain immeasurably from Gatward’s decision to stage the piece during the 1970’s”
“fantastic costume designs by Jessica Curtis and a joyous musical score by Olly Fox
“an exceptionally strong cast”
“This is a heart-warming and affectionate piece of theatre. If you want an uproariously enjoyable evening of theatre in a beautiful setting, then I cannot recommend this show highly enough”
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British Theatre Guide
“Director Rebecca Gatward has pulled a masterstroke with this production by setting it in the 1970s”
“As with the other two productions this year, The Merry Wives of Windsor sees an abundance of strong performances”
Daniel Goode is simply irresistible as Falstaff”
“The end of the final performance saw a well-deserved standing ovation which seemed to sum up the feelings of audiences (totalling around 25,000) throughout the run,”
“programme of first-class theatre in an unrivalled setting”
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