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A Chorus of Disapproval Opens to Rave Reviews

 A Chorus of Disapproval opened to shining reviews this week at the Harold Pinter Theatre. Read on to see what the critics had to say.

 ‘A BLISSFUL EVENING.  THE JOKES KEEP COMING.  ROB BRYDON IS MAGNIFICENT.’

The Times

 

‘Blissful hilarity as the show has to go on - for 150 very happy minutes in Trevor Nunn's beguiling revival of Alan Ayckbourn's comedy.’

The Times

 

‘It is impossible not to admire Ayckbourn’s ingenuity. I laughed a lot’

The Telegraph

 

‘Nigel Harman is in fine form, Ashley Jensen is beautifully caught and Rob Brydon is both funny and touching.’

The Telegraph

 

‘Rob Brydon is exactly the right mix of earnestness, bossiness and twilit Celtic gloom’

Guardian

 

‘Rob Brydon is tremendous in this revival of Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy. He gives a beautifully judged performance.’

Evening Standard

 

‘A standout performance by Rob Brydon in his West End debut. Panache and perfect comic timing’

Daily Express



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