The Miser, Garrick Theatre

A guest review from Fionnuala Barrett

I had high hopes heading into the Garrick; a comic classic by Molière with updated swipes at contemporary life, brought to life by a cast filled to bursting with comedic talent, some of it gratifyingly high-profile — a hit, … 427 more words


Review Round Up: The Miser, Garrick Theatre

Griff Rhys Jones, Lee Mack and Ryan Gage star in Sean Foley’s production of Moliere’s comedy. But what have critics been saying about it? 

The Stage… 611 more words

THEATRE REVIEW: The Miser starring Griff Rhys Jones, Lee Mack & Mathew Horne


WHERE: Garrick Theatre

WHEN: 8/3 (matinee), press night 13/3, runs to 3/6

It’s Budget Day and we decide to see this comedy as cheaply as possible with a £20 restricted view ticket three rows back from the end of the stalls behind a pillar. 328 more words


Drawing: The Miser at the Garrick Theatre

Moliere’s classic comedy THE MISER has received a liberal adaption by director Sean Foley and co-adaptee Phil Porter in a major revival which started at the Garrick Theatre last week after short runs at the Bath Theatre Royal and Richmond. 49 more words


Nevermind Watchdown: S26E05

We’ve had three great episodes and one shit one. Not a bad rundown.

This episode, while well-stocked, allowed for a crisis for the producers. Noel Fielding was absent, leaving an empty team captain seat. 872 more words

Nevermind Watchdown

Not Going Out 'Enough' ~ Episode Review

A rare occasion of waking up before the kids provides a possible opportunity for marital relations, it’s scuppered of course, but the thought’s there!

With a house full of kids (Lee included!) and a career on hold, you would expect Lucy (Sally Bretton) to have thoughts of another baby at the very bottom of her to do list! 322 more words


Not Going Out 'Marriage Guidance' ~ Episode Review

Marriage guidance, the words that have the ability to strike fear into the hearts of married couples, everywhere! Not least that of Lee (Lee Mack) when Lucy (Sally Bretton) decides that a few counselling sessions are in order to get past, amongst other things, Lee’s dislike of Lucy’s parents (Deborah Grant and Geoffrey Whitehead). 304 more words