The Madness of George III

West End


Apollo Shaftesbury

Until Sat Mar 31 2012

12.TMOGIII l-r Peter McGovern, David Haig and Ryan Saunders (c)Robert Day.JPG

Peter McGovern, David Haig, Ryan Saunders © Robert Day

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Emma. R

David Haig is amazing and should win something - how does he do it! The musicians are wonderful Zadok the Priest made me feel as if I was going to stop breathing - didn't realise that music could be THAT powerful. - brilliant , brilliant Bravo the actors and musicians ( shame we couldn't see them!)


An unforgettable night. Some wonderful performances. The set is perfect and well conceived as it does not detract from the brilliance onstage. Haig's is a performance I will never forget and felt privileged to share. I witness all manner of misunderstandings as I work with all manner of lovely souls with mental health problems -watching their struggles with the helplessness of others. This performance was close to their truth-well done


Great production, just wished I'd gone for pricier tickets. With the £15 tickets, you were practically on top of the stage and had to lean over to see...and the bar still blocking part of your view. I guess you get what you pay for.


A stunning performance from David Haig, a script to delight from Alan Bennett - an evening of real enjoyment.


Fantastic performance. A funny, exhilarating, observant and precise work from this great cast.