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BLISSFUL REVIEWS FOR HAY FEVER AT THE NOEL COWARD THEATRE

Visit the Bliss family and their guests for the house party of the season at the Noel Coward Theatre!  The critics love Hay Fever on until 2nd June.


★★★★★ ‘COMIC PERFECTION, SUPERB REVIVAL.
A cracking production of Coward’s great comedy. Irresistible.’
Daily Telegraph
 

★★★★★ ‘A MASTERLY REVIVAL. HITS FEVER PITCH’
Daily Mail
 

★★★★★ ‘EXCRUCIATINGLY FUNNY’
Sunday Telegraph
 

★★★★★ ‘LINDSAY DUNCAN is to the manner born,
magnificently affected deliciously absurd.
Howard Davies’s FEVERISHLY FUNNY production’
Mail on Sunday
 

★★★★★ ‘EXEMPLARY. LINDSAY DUNCAN IS WONDERFUL’
Sunday Express
 
Judith Bliss, once glittering star of the London stage, now in early retirement, is still enjoying life with more than a little high drama. To spice her weekend up, Judith invites a young suitor to join her in the country. However, her novelist husband, and her two eccentric children have had the same idea for themselves and any hope for private flirtation disappears as the family’s guests begin to arrive.  

Misjudged meetings, secret seductions and scandalous revelations all run riot at the most outrageous of all house parties.

This production of Hay Fever  is the first time a Noël Coward play has been staged in the Noël Coward Theatre since it was renamed.  Howard Davies directs Lindsay Duncan, reuniting the director and actor who together received seven major international theatre awards for their 2001 collaboration on Coward’s seminal Private Lives.  Duncan is joined by Jeremy Northam, Kevin R McNally and Olivia Colman in Coward’s sublime comedy of bad manners.

Book Hay Fever tickets online now.



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