Misalliance

BY BERNARD SHAW
7 December 2017 — 20 January 2018

★★★★ "This indispensable theatre, which still operates without a regular Arts Council grant, has lately become a Shavian outpost. Following revivals of Widowers’ Houses and The Philanderer, Paul Miller now brings us another relative rarity: a play Shaw wrote in 1909 that moves from disquisitory drama to anarchic comedy and that offers as much intellectual stimulus as anything you’re likely to see this Christmas." Michael Billington, The Guardian

★★★★ "Paul Miller’s expertly cast, wonderfully well performed, and entirely – at times convulsively – entertaining revival... the only really head-scratching aspect about the play is why this is its first major London revival since 1986: it’s a treasurable, scintillating gem." Dominic Cavendish, The Telegraph

★★★★ "the hilarious script is delivered with astounding flair... a must see" Ed Edwards, The Upcoming 

"Paul Miller’s high-energy production is exhilarating" Tom Wicker, The Stage