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Felicity Kendal gives the greatest performance of her career as Judith Bliss – once glittering star of the London stage - in Noel Coward’s hilarious comedy of bad manners Hay Fever at the Duke of York's Theatre.
In Hayfever the Bliss family are incapable of sharing the spotlight. Unconventional, risqué and often downright rude, they are everything a respectable English family shouldn’t be. When each member of the family invites a guest to their rural retreat, the unassuming visitors are thrown into a living melodrama. Misjudged meetings, secret seductions and scandalous revelations proliferate during one outrageous weekend in Berkshire.
★★★★★ ‘This show is a winner…Felicity Kendal on the most tremendous form’ Daily Mail
★★★★ ‘Felicity Kendal has never been better…a powerhouse performance of acute comic skill’ Times
★★★★ ‘Hay Fever…a comic masterpiece in the great tradition of high English comedy. Felicity Kendal in superb form’ Daily Telegraph
★★★★ ‘Stylish, well-cast and extremely entertaining’ Independent
One of the UK's most popular actresses, Felicity Kendal is best known for her role in The Good Life on television and having received numerous accolades for her stage work. Her recent West End appearances have included Relatively Speaking, The Vortex and Mrs Warren's Profession
The Hay Fever cast also includes Simon Shepherd (The Duck House, ITV's Peak Practice) as her husband David and Michael Simkins (Yes, Prime Minister) as Richard Greatham, with Sara Stewart (Heartbreak House, Chichester) as Myra Arund
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Running time2 hours including interval. Monday to Saturday at 7:30pm, Wednesday & Saturday at 2:30pm
Performance dates29 April 2015 to 1 August 2015. Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Thursday & Saturday 3pm
Marcela Ciobanu3rd August
I purchased the ticket online and it has been sent to me by post. The postage was fast.I enjoyed watching the play, it was funny and Felicity Kendall was brilliant.
david fish2nd August
This was a perfect relaxing play with some belly laughs, spotlight parts for all nine actors (clever writing) and some intellectual challenges. It has worn well after 90 years - must have been outrageous in 2915. could the duke of york's print their tickets rather than been sent their tickets from elsewhere? i had a wasted journey and I live out of town! thanks to rebecca and barnaby (tickets and stalls) for nice contact and help. thanks best wishes david fish
John Brookfield2nd August
The tickets that I bought were quite expensive and a long way back from the stage. The play was quite good fun, although not wildly funny, and quite unsubstantial. The acting was generally good, but Felicity Kendal was too old for the role- with her character making the point that the only way she could have already have had a 19-year old daughter was because she married so young. It's really a part for an actress of 45-50. Set design was very good and I like the period flavour.
Basil Greene31st July
We enjoyed the entire show which was made, of course, by the first class acting across the board. One of the best ever!
david ovenell31st July
Not a great afternoon. Enjoyed the Acting Talents but found the opening build up scene flat. The Play got better as it progressed with more sustained laughter towards the end.
Bridget Revell31st July
Brilliant show. Lead role just made for Felicity Kendal
Nicholas Franklin30th July
Really enjoyed Hay Fever. It's an old fashioned play but the jokes are still funny and the acting was top-notch.
MR J C BROWN28th July
The play: a slow beginning laying the groundwork, the second act much better with good repartee and many laughs, the last act an excellent climax bringing the whole together. Very funny. The Actors: All were excellent, I mean really fantastic at bringing the characters to life with each personality (and there are many) filled and convincing.
Annie MacDougall23rd July
I thought the theatre production called " Hayfever " was excellent. The cast were ideal when delivering humorous responses as per their script. I recommend everyone should go and see it & be on the receiving end of the wonderful talent the cast had to offer .
Gail Gruskin20th July
Charming, quaint, amusing. What British theater is all about.
Terence Kinsella20th July
We were unable to enjoy the performance as we were unable to hear most of the dialogue from Stalls seats Q8 & Q9. These and a few adjacent seats were the only stalls seats offered on line where there should have been a warning that audibility in this position is poor. For us this show was a waste of time and money.
Peter Reynolds15th July
The whole cast were brilliant, a wonderful comical entertainment