Diana of Dobson's

BY CICELY HARRIS
14 February 2007 — 17 March 2007

"The Orange Tree's tireless excavation of our theatrical past have unearthed, with delightful results, a little gem of a well made play"Evening Standard

"This may be a delightful romp, but it’s also an insightful social history of pleasing substance." Time Out

"This is an evening that combines erudite social commentary with comic pleasure. Unmissable." The Times

"A forgotten gem of early 20th-century feminist literature. The wit and economy of Hamilton's script and the nimbleness with which the actors negotiate that now rarest of things, a drawing-room comedy, is revelatory." The Sunday Telegraph

"Caroline Smith's crisp production uses this small space with wit and elegance, and the actors understand perfectly the tone and body language of the Edwardian social bullring." The Sunday Times

"The Orange Tree comes up with a lost treasure in this 1908 play" The Guardian