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When We Are Married Reviews



★ ★ ★ ★ The Daily Mail

★ ★ ★ ★ The Independent

★ ★ ★ ★ The Stage

★ ★ ★ ★ Reviews Hub

★ ★ ★ The Guardian

★ ★ ★ The Times

Sue Devaney is deftly hilarious as the long-cowed Annie Parker – The Times

Kate Anthony is magnificently gorgon-like as the formidable Clara Soppitt – The Times

Rutter himself is splendid as the bibulous snapper Henry Ormonroyd – The Times

“Adrian Hood is highly amusing” – British Theatre Guide

“Northern Broadsides and York Theatre Royal have done an incredible job of producing JB Priestley’s classic comedy When We Are Married.” – State of the Arts

“..the production team and Director Barrie Rutter manage to make the play’s messages relevant to today’s society. – State of the Arts

The cast are superb” – State of the Arts

“Geraldine Fitzgerald, Sue Devaney and Kate Anthony are sublime”State of the Arts

Rutter directs the play to provide just the right light and shade and the cast bring these ideas to life brilliantly”– State of the Arts

It’s a great fun night out that will remind you just how amazing it is to be from Yorkshire! – – State of the Arts

“The comedic style is largely as broad as the Broadsides name” York Press

After 12 years of waiting to acquire permission to stage what is surely a quintessential Broadsides show, artistic director Barrie Rutter has responded gleefully to the long-overdue chance by assembling his dream of a cast. – York Press

…a robust, rollicking production rich with splendid performancesYork Press

Faultless performancesYork Mix

There aren’t many things in life that you can always rely on – but you can always trust Northern Broadsides to deliver sharp comedy, perfect timing, and characters you can’t forget – York Mix

Northern Broadsides fresh take on J B Priestley’s classic comedy was an absolute joy to experiencePocklington Post

Steve Huison’s portrayal of hen-pecked Herbert Soppitt was wonderful, with spot on timing, and telling facial expressionsPocklington Post

So did the Broadsides step up and prove that they’re not losing their touch? Well, I’m very pleased to tell you that they certainly did. – A Younger Theatre

There are some really lovely performances here, composed of stellar characterisations and excellent comic timing that makes the most of Priestley’s straightforward, no-nonsense text that gradually reveals the back stories of each character, much to the audience’s delight. – A Younger Theatre

Rutter is on fine form – A Younger Theatre

…the production is wonderfully executed by the cast – A Younger Theatre

When We Are Married is a solid and successful effort from Northern Broadsides – A Younger Theatre.

They’ve proven themselves as a company that tell their stories with soul and northern charm – A Younger Theatre.

it merely showcases the uniqueness and power of live performance – A Younger Theatre.

Northern Broadsides create a highly comedic and warm live experience that is a joy to share with other audiences. – A Younger Theatre.

Northern Broadsides do a fantastic job of holding their own against the exaggerated state of Priestley’s script … Exeunt

Rutter’s direction walks a fine line between comedy and drama which doesn’t miss a beat – Exeunt

Broadsides revitalise the script and make this show seem just as successful a distraction from “the state of Europe for an hour or two” (words from Priestley himself, the day after it opened in 1938) as it must have been the first time round – Exeunt

wonderfully uplifting, mischievous and boisterous – Yorkshire Times

Another great production by Northern Broadsides and all involved – Yorkshire Times



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