"Maggie's End"

The Shaw Theatre, London

Directed by Jack Milner

Written by Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood

“Crammed with excellent jokes, Maggie’s End has the tang of real emotion, real anger and attitude - its stirring blasts of rage and mockery are bound to be heard elsewhere soon” The Spectator

“Brims appealingly with undeniable passion….in this instance, Vote Thatcher” Evening Standard

“Go and see Maggie’s End – the spirit of defiance burns bright” Daily Mirror

“Anyone who hates Margaret Thatcher will love Maggie's End” Daily Telegraph

“Wildly, unashamedly partisan - entertaining agit-prop full of good bad-taste jokes” The Guardian

“The best of theThatcher plays – definitely worth seeing” www. londonist.com

"An evening of pure passion - Mark Wingett and Melanie Hill are superb" Manchester Evening News

“Very, very funny - the quips come thick and fast” The Stage

 “Hilarious and disturbing” The London Paper

“A richly-imagined, enjoyable piece of agitprop” Time Out ****