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"Oddly, Elton’s writing credit is for the “book” (more usually applied to dialogue in musicals), but this is emphatically a play – the most consistently funny and expertly staged comedy since Richard Bean’s One Man, Two Guvnors."
"It helps that Shakespeare is played here, as on TV, by David Mitchell, a comic actor with no previous stage credits but with a real gift for being both put-upon and sardonic."
"It’s maybe not quite as dazzlingly crafted as that sounds - it’s no, um, ‘Shakespeare in Love’ - but it has both a formal ambition and ultimate fondness for its subject that count for something."