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Lee Hall's hugely anticipated stage adaptation of Shakespeare in Love has officially opened at the Noel Coward Theatre. Directed by the driving force behind the world-renowned Cheek by Jowl, the production which features a company of 28 actors and musicians has impressed the critics. A selection of the reviews follows:

"Boy has it been worth the wait... The Oscar-laden movie, with its wonderfully witty script by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman, was terrific, but in Lee Hall's delightful stage adaptation the piece seems to have found its true home. It's funny, often genuinely moving and generates a glow you could warm your hands by. You can feel the audience getting behind the piece from the start, and by the end this inventive and touching comedy seems like a joyous celebration of the possibilities of theatre itself. It's got the lot - a stirring love story, a prodigious succession of terrific jokes - and it sends up the theatre something rotten while simultaneously delighting in it. This is the best British comedy since One Man, Two Guvnors and deserves equal success."
The Telegraph ★★★★★

"The smartest move made by the producers was to hire director Declan Donnellan and designer Nick Ormerod, the world-renowned Cheek By Jowl team whose profound understanding of Shakespearean drama (its dazzling fluidity; its blithe refusal to respect the "rules" of genre; its mood-mingling suppleness) enriches a production that is filled with moments of sheer stage poetry as well as good-natured, effervescent fun. It makes you feel grateful to be alive."
Paul Taylor, The Independent ★★★★★

"You do not entirely need to be a Shakespeare fan to love this stage version of the 1998 Oscar-hauling film, but a familiarity with Romeo And Juliet certainly comes in handy.
With that one caveat, director Declan Donnellan's show is a swooning, skittish delight, all the merrier for containing no top-flight stars.
The comedy is part Shakespeare pastiche, part Blackadder... If you dislike 'in' theatre jokes, this probably isn't for you; but the ecstatic reaction of the audience suggests you will be in a minority."
Quentin Letts, Daily Mail ★★★★★

"Even more than the original screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard, Lee Hall's new version is a love letter to theatre itself, and one that celebrates the way magic and mystery are born out of chaos and confusion.
But it is the masterly direction and design by the Cheek By Jowl team of Declan Donnellan and Nick Ormerod that vindicates the decision to adapt the piece for the stage. Many of the best lines admittedly come from the famous film. But this is a play that stands on its own two feet as a heady celebration of the act of theatre."
Michael Billington, The Guardian ★★★★

"Like the film on which it's based, this stage version of Shakespeare in Love is a cheeky mixture of romance, court intrigue and behind-the-scenes chicanery. Lee Hall's adaptation preserves the wit of the original screenplay by Tom Stoppard and Marc Norman while adding some zest of its own. And director Declan Donnellan infuses everything with warmth and high spirits.
Yet there are rich laughs, flickers of mischief and peachy spurts of surrealism. A few heavy-handed moments aside, Shakespeare in Love has a fizzy, infectious exuberance."
Henry Hitchings, London Evening Standard ★★★★


It's been confirmed that Craige Els will join Matilda The Musical as Miss Trunchbull from September, playing alongside James Clyde (Mr Wormwood), Haley Flaherty (Miss Honey) and Kay Murphy (Mrs Wormwood).
Craige has previously appeared on stage in Timon of Athens, Antigone and The Cherry Orchard (National Theatre) and on screen in Ripper Street, The Bletchley Circle and Call The Midwife. Further theatre credits include Mamma Mia! (Novello), Oklahoma! (Chichester Festival Theatre), The New Yorkers (Sadler's Wells), Never Forget (West End and Tour) and Spamalot (West End).

Matilda The Musical has now received a total of 50 awards in Stratford-upon-Avon, London and New York. Sweeping the board at the 2012 Laurence Olivier Awards, winning a record-breaking seven awards, the show has gone on to take Broadway by storm winning four Tony Awards® and a Tony Honor for Excellence in the Theater for each of the four girls sharing the title role.
The RSC production continues to play to packed houses at the Cambridge Theatre where it has now been seen by almost 1.5million people since October 2011. The show is now booking to 24 May 2015.


Wicked is to welcome back the original British Elphaba, Kerry Ellis, who will recreate her celebrated performance for 12 weeks from Monday 4 August. Willemijn Verkaik will play her final performance as Elphaba this Saturday (19 July). She departs the production in order to have surgery to address an ongoing back condition.

Michael McCabe, Executive Producer of Wicked said: "We are all so sorry that Willemijn's truly remarkable international journey with Wicked, that began in Germany in 2007, should end prematurely. It is only her extraordinary determination and professionalism that has enabled her to continue performing to date despite enduring extreme pain and discomfort. We are very grateful to her and pleased that many thousands of West End theatregoers did get the opportunity of seeing her wonderful performance as Elphaba since she joined the cast in November 2013. On behalf of the entire company, we wish Willemijn a full and speedy recovery. In the meantime, we are absolutely thrilled to welcome back the incredible Kerry Ellis to the role that won her awards both in the West End and on Broadway for a very special limited season."

Willemijn Verkaik said: "To be given the chance to play Elphaba in four different countries is something I am incredibly grateful for. Now I have to cut my West End run short and it's absolutely devastating to me. I've been fighting this injury for a few months but was determined not to let anything get in the way of my West End debut and certainly not wanting to disappoint the audiences. But I have to face the facts. I thank producers David Stone and Michael McCabe and our General Managers, Playful Productions, the cast and crew and all of you so much for all your support in this difficult time. I promise I'll be back on stage soon, in better shape than ever!"

Kerry Ellis said:: "It is an absolute thrill for me to be returning to this amazing show and the incredible role of Elphaba that is so very special to me. I can't wait to be green again and join this fantastic cast". Last weekend, Kerry appeared with Kristin Chenoweth at the Royal Albert Hall. She will not be appearing in Wicked on Tuesday 19 August, Saturday 27 September, Thursday 2 October - Friday 10 October, Tuesday 14 - Thursday 16 October and Saturday 18 October due to her concert appearances.