"Maggie's End"

<p>The Shaw Theatre, London</p> <p><strong>Directed </strong>by Jack Milner</p> <p><strong>Written by </strong>Ed Waugh and Trevor Wood</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Crammed with excellent jokes, Maggie&rsquo;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&rdquo;</strong> The Spectator</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Brims appealingly with undeniable passion&hellip;.in this instance, Vote Thatcher&rdquo; </strong>Evening Standard</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Go and see Maggie&rsquo;s End &ndash; the spirit of defiance burns bright&rdquo;</strong> Daily Mirror</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Anyone who hates Margaret Thatcher will love Maggie&#39;s End&rdquo;</strong> Daily Telegraph</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Wildly, unashamedly partisan - entertaining agit-prop full of good bad-taste jokes&rdquo;</strong> The Guardian</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;The best of theThatcher plays &ndash; definitely worth seeing&rdquo; </strong>www. londonist.com</p> <p><strong>&quot;An evening of pure passion - Mark Wingett and Melanie Hill are superb&quot; </strong>Manchester Evening News</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;Very, very funny - the quips come thick and fast&rdquo;</strong> The Stage</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;&ldquo;Hilarious and disturbing&rdquo;</strong> The London Paper</p> <p><strong>&ldquo;A richly-imagined, enjoyable piece of agitprop&rdquo;</strong> Time Out ****</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>