‘Charles Edwards has exactly the right ratio of smugness to panic attacks .... Sara Stewart memorably combines elegance and malevolence... Tony Gardner offers great comic value as the perpetually frustrated best friend who never gets his oats. ...hilariously played by Teddy Kempner.’The Daily Telegraph
‘...brilliantly staged by Peter Hall with a fine cast and a lush period setting fit for the West End.’British Theatre Guide
Clever, uproariously funny and in the true spirit of classic French farce, Where There’s A Will takes a crafty peek at the game of infidelity and marriage.
A classic by the master of the French farce. Angele – is the wealthy widow of a philanderer and she’s learned that no man can be trusted. Married for the second time, she vows to keep her new husband on a tight leash. But just as she has him where she wants him, things are complicated by the arrival of her husband’s close friend who is determined to pursue her for himself…
This production marks the second collaboration between Director Peter Hall and ETT following their triumphant Uncle Vanya this year. Peter Hall is one of Britain’s most distinguished directors of plays, films and operas. He founded the Royal Shakespeare Company and was subsequently Director of the Royal National Theatre. His many arts awards and nominations include two Tony Awards and an Olivier Award for Lifetime Achievement