The Middlemarch Trilogy

23 October 2013 — 1 February 2014

FOUR STARS "A delight from beginning to end... This is one of the most captivating literary dramatisations I’ve ever encountered, as rich as a Christmas pudding, and one that deserves to draw spectators from far and wide." The Telegraph

"This is such a classy adaptation" Time Out

"Geoffrey Beevers's skilful, shrewd and dashing adaptation... a phenomenal achievement for this small theatre." The Observer

"Each play... can be enjoyed on its own, but if you bother with one you will probably want to go back for the others. It all makes for an enriching seasonal treat." What's on Stage

“A terrific achievement” Evening Standard

"It has elegance and a gentle wit, and, above all, it’s eminently digestible." The Times

“A fresh new version that avoids all costume drama preciousness in the tensile cladding of Eliot's prose and dialogue.” What's on Stage

“The Orange Tree Theatre has always aimed high and this is no exception... This ambitious take on a formidable novel has considerable charm and wit.” Time Out

"This is more than just elegant period drama; a real heart beats beneath the bonnets and brocade" The Times

"The third instalment of this epic adaptation of George Eliot’s Middlemarch brings the Orange Tree’s ambitious undertaking to a joyous conclusion" The Stage