Press

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Below are some of the lovely testimonials we've received.

 

2016

Shakespeare’s comic delights feel perfectly enhanced by such an imaginative approach
— Ismene Brown, The Arts Desk
It is hard to imagine a more rewarding and pleasurable way to spend a summer evening
— Tim Hochstrasser, Live Theatre UK
This is a charming, inventive and very entertaining production which makes clever use of its uniquely lovely location to achieve the aim of providing an immersive experience
— Alan Long, Essential Surrey
Charming
— Neil Dowden, The Stage
Jack Bannell has the moves like Jagger as the melancholy Jacques in a show-stealing bohemian turn in which he has as much fun as we do
— Gary Naylor, Broadway World
Bursting with energy and wit, music, dance and aerial acrobatics, the choreography is slick and the staging is inspired
— Rosalind Sack, Exclusive Magazines
The music provides perfect aural highlights just as the beautifully dressed cast, like perfectly planted flowers, provide the visual ones…the perfect end to a perfect evening
— Simon Harding, Theatrebreaks
With music, dance, comedy and more the show is a lot of fun, and anyone going (with sensible footwear – there’s a few muddy puddles to avoid in the gardens!) will enjoy themselves
— Grace Witherden, Maidenhead Advertiser
 

2015

Shakespeare brought to life in the most captivatingly original fashion by some of the finest young actors in our country
— Simon Heffer, The Telegraph
There’s little more magical than wandering the Great Park with this crew of fairies
— Kate Maltby, The Times
The result is a production so natural and so effortless it is impossible not to be entranced… Indeed, the enchanting magnetism of the entire production has many audience members running away with the fairies (quite literally!)
— Katie Angus, A Younger Theatre
The production is as enchanting as the spells cast by the fairies and a wonderful way to spend a summer’s evening
— Suzanne Elliott, A View from the Upper Circle
Even the most gifted designer would struggle to create a setting for Shakespeare’s sylvan fantasy half as stunning as the Savill Garden, a hidden arboreal treasure on the edge of Windsor Great Park
— Nick Smurthwaite, The Stage
Those who want to keep the sacred, sacred, and also those looking for a fresh injection will find a delicate compromise of the most charming variety. The best of both worlds has been conjured by the creative faculties of this team
— Bargain theatreland
A bewitching production filled with wit, depth and invention that is absolutely worth a trip outside the big smoke. Go and see it
— Gaile Bishop
I cannot express the joy I feel at @_watchyourhead_’s immersive garden version of Midsummer Night’s Dream. Amazing
— Alex, YELP!
For anyone who needed convincing, this weekend’s open-air production of a Midsummer Night’s Dream in at the Savill Garden in Windsor Great Park showed that Shakespeare really is timeless
— James Harrison, Maidenhead Advertiser