Private Lives

written by Noel Coward

A Clowns Review of Private Lives

This Clown's blog has posted a review of Private Lives and had some very complimentary comments to make about the show and all the actors.  Make sure to read the whole review HERE.

Here's what he had to say about Matthew Macfadyen:

"MacFadyen matched her though, with his waspish delivery of some great zingers, some nifty piano-playing and unafraid to show some vulnerability beneath the suave, disaffected, handsome exterior. And together they [Matthew and Kim Cattrall] display great chemistry, turning on a dime from pure comedy to impassioned anger, from sexual energy to gentle crooning over the piano, I totally bought them as a couple who couldn't live without each other, yet drove each other up the wall."

Private Lives news round-up

There have been several articles in the news about the director of Private Lives, Richard Eyre, and also articles in preparation for Press Night on 3 March.  Until the official reviews are released, here are some current articles.

Private Lives: hit me baby, one more time (Telegraph interview with Richard Eyre)

What to see: Lyn Gardner's theatre tips (Guardian)

Culture clinic: Richard Eyre (Telegraph)

Review of Private Lives in the West End

MM KC in Private Lives Private Lives has now moved from Bath to London's Vaudeville Theatre and the reviews from twitter are stellar, again!

Here's a bit of a review by forum member, salmonsing2:

"great production, great cast, very funny and entertaining" Matthew is absolutely divine!

Let us know what you think.

Kim Cattrall hopes Private Lives will run longer than May

In an interview for ITV's London Tonight, Kim Cattrall discusses Private Lives, the set, Matthew Macfadyen and even mentions the possibility that if all goes well, the play may run longer than the currently scheduled run ending in May.

If you are in the UK, watch the interview HERE.

Time Out London Interview and Photos (Feb 2010)

Time Out London has a new photo (credit Nobby Clark) from Private Lives as well as a new interview which Matthieu has scanned

Time Out  London Interview and Photos (Feb 2010)
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