Fast, funny and good-natured. And some unusual curtain times, such as Sunday afternoon, make this an ideal "extra" show to squeeze in. - USER: Whatsonstage.com (126.96.36.199)
25 Sep 03
Absolutely brilliant, I went to see this with my national youth theatre course and we were all blown away by the sheer energy and comic quality in this show. This is my second viewing and this cast is even better than the last, all three performers showed some of the finest comic acting I have ever seen, the only problem I had was that I couldnt hear some of it because I was laughing too much! This show is definetly worth a look and look out for the highlight at the end, Hamlet in reverse! - USER: Whatsonstage.com (188.8.131.52)
03 Aug 03
It simply is THE funniest Shakespearean "thing" I've ever seen ! - USER: Whatsonstage.com (184.108.40.206)
18 Dec 02
It's fantastic. I've seen them a few times in London, on tour with this and their other shows. Even though I know the jokes it's still hilarious. You never know what is going to happen - they just play along with whatever the audience throw at them! - USER: Whatsonstage.com
22 Oct 02
I found this very disappointing. The audiences participation thing is overlong and dull and I found it difficult to find anything funny in the whole performance. - USER: Whatsonstage.com
25 Sep 02
Excellent, wonderful, hilarious. Seen it three times now and would go again. - USER: Whatsonstage.com
16 Jul 02
i saw this with my school,and throughout the choach journey,everyone was talking about it.we all LOVED it.it was so funny and the actors really involved the sudience,we felt part of the play.and,if the actors are reading this(yeah right),two of you were very popular with most of us!would recomend this play to anyon,ITS FAB!! - USER: Whatsonstage.com
31 Mar 02
I have not had much experience of the theatre & can count on one hand the number of professional shows I've seen. So when I heard we were going to see The Complete Works of Shakespeare I was excited at the prospect of seeing a performance but doubtful as to whether I'd enjoy it, especially as I've not studied Shakespeare - would I even understand it?
There was no need for hesitation, it was brilliant. The three performers succeeded to present the complete works in such a way that I recognised it all (I hadn't realised how much Shakespeare I knew!) & with such skill. The speed at which they changed from one character to another was amazing but each was convincing. It was very cleverly done & hilariously funny.
The whole atmosphere in the theatre during the performance was very relaxed, with members of the audience joining in. The young lady who was asked to go on stage when I saw the performance on 27/12/01 was outstanding and looked so comfortable up there infront of everyone. What wonderful entertainment which I'm now highly recommending to my friends. - USER: Whatsonstage.com
09 Jan 02
I was in London this past weekend and there was very little theatre to see on Sunday. (not like the US) I was so grateful that this show was one of very few playing. I had no idea what to expect- except I did not expect it to be soooo funny and soooo entertaining. By the end I was laughing so hard- and the rest of the audience was too. there was a very warm feeling in he theatre by the end. It's completely silly but unless you are a complete ogre it would be hard not to enjoy this show. It would be hard to tell more about it because I'd be giving it all away. The actors include the audience so if you're not into participating- don't get a seat in the front- but you will undoubtedly laugh your head off over the silliness of it all. the actor's have great timing and it clearly takes amazing physical endurance. Who knows how long they have been doing this show- but it's obvious one can't perform it without being completely present. Not something one can phone in. They gave alot and we all enjoyed ourselves. See it if you want to laugh and not take yourself so seriously. - USER: Whatsonstage.com
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