BRONTE PHILIPS is impressed with this performance that gives Shakespeare’s play new life in its use of tasteful slapstick.
JAKE ARNOTT finds a sillified Shakespeare which slips into sloppiness.
JAMES STANIFORTH’s inspection finds this production below industry standards.
AMI JONES has watched a play, past the wit of critic to say what play it was.
Bad writing finds salvation in strong acting, and AMI JONES finds a nice, warm, premature slice of home at the ADC.
Fresh fresher flesh fails to warm CAITLIN DOHERTY’s stony socialist heart.