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Rave reviews for Goodnight Mr Tom - get tickets now and pay no booking fees!

Goodnight Mister Tom which opens on 22 November 2012 at the Phoenix Theatre opened to rave reviews from critics in both national and local press…

Goodnight Mister Tom has received excellent reviews. Take advantage of our no booking fee offer and book tickets now!

Daily Telegraph
★★★★
Dominic Cavendish
“This adaptation of Michelle Magorian’s most successful book for children works like a charm”
 
The Independent
★★★★
Paul Taylor
“Enchanting… at the end, there isn’t a dry eye in the house. This show is going to be a big success – and I wouldn’t mind the Kleenex franchise”
 
The Times
★★★★
Libby Purves
“It ends as children’s theatre should: adults audibly snivelling and children breathlessly attentive”
 
Mail on Sunday
★★★★
Georgina Brown
“Angus Jackson’s wonderfully well staged, powerfully performed, atmospheric production… I’m still sniffling”
 
Guardian
Lyn Gardner
“Box-office gold…Oliver Ford Davies’s beautifully judged, quietly impressive performance as Tom… The story tugs at the heartstrings”
 
Financial Times 
Ian Shuttleworth
“Angus Jackson’s fluent, appealing production is led by Oliver Ford Davies, who is a natural as the rumbling but immensely good-hearted Mister Tom”
 
The Stage
Susan Elkin
“Better than John Thaw in the 1998 TV version… the play, like the novel, presses all the buttons”
 
Wolverhampton Express & Star
Keith Harrison
“Goodnight Mister Tom is a winner all round… a very good night and highly recommended – just don’t forget your hankies!”
 
The Birmingham Mail
★★★★★
Andrew Coleman
“This is a truly wonderful play… a triumph, not to be missed!”

 



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