"They’ve disgraced our trade. Ruined our art. They’ve put a woman on the stage."
"Bawdy and brilliant... a wonderful, warm-hearted and generous piece of theatrical history."The Stage
"An out-and-out celebration of the fun of theatre… if you’re looking for laughs, and a romping brash show, this is great."The Arts Desk
"'Cannily mixes Carry On double-entendres with an explicitly feminist message… a love-letter to theatre itself and the cheerful chaos involved in putting on a play."The Guardian
"Superbly funny… a juicy, well-wrought thing of great fun, a wonderfully layered celebration of theatre, but most of all an apt homage to a woman incredibly ahead of her time'."Time Out
"[A] gloriously funny and touching bio-drama… a right royal treat."Telegraph
"An absolute treat… a bawdy, witty, engaging romp."The Times
"A rollicking good evening’s entertainment... an unending delight."Evening Standard
Nell Gwynn Script
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London, 1660. King Charles II has exploded onto the scene with a love of all things loud, extravagant and sexy. And at Drury Lane, a young Nell Gwynn is causing stirrings amongst the theatregoers.