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4 stars in The Guardian for The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock!

02 October 2013

Our current production of The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock opened at Curve Theatre, Leciester last week and has received a fantastic four star review from Guardian theatre critic Michael Billington:

"Rudkin's darkly riveting play brilliantly demonstrates the way Hitchcock's art is the key to his life... a rich, multilayered play... directed with great flair..."

Read Michael Billington's full review here

The production also received a wonderful review from Pat Ashworth at The Stage:

"Visually as well as aurally absorbing... Martin Miller captures Hitchcock's baby-faced belligerence with startling authenticity... Roberta Kerr gives an outstanding performance"

Read the full Stage Review here

Read feedback from audiences and more press reviews on The Lovesong of Alfred J Hitchcock production page

Take a look at our exciting trailer for the production and watch a wonderful interview with Writer David Rudkin and Director Jack McNamara.


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