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ArtsHub 20th May 2014

Miriam Margolyes drives box office led recovery TUESDAY 20 MAY, 2014 State Theatre Company SA's production of Neighbourhood Watch has become the company's highest ever grossing production.

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The Barefoot Review - by Samela Harris 9th May 2014

Somewhere in this production, directed by Julian Meyrick, there is an undefinable tension. Or, is it a sense of detachment? After the applause has died down, one is left contemplating what it was that seems odd. It's a puzzle. Not so, however, is the divine Miss Margolyes. A consummate performance. From a memory play, she leaves an imprint never to be forgotten

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Glam Adelaide by Brian Godfrey 8th May 2014

As the octogenarian neighbour from Hell, Margolyes is magnificent, commanding the stage and giving a master class performance in defining and maintaining character – accent, stance, posture and mannerisms are all perfected, even when transforming into a younger version of herself. She more than proves why she is an international star of stage and screen. Margolyes’ level of excellence is of the standard that, in the not so distant past, one would have flown to London to experience, but we have it right here in our own backyard!

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Broadway World - by Barry Lenny 7th May 2014

This is a master class in acting that every acting student in Adelaide should be racing to attend. For that matter, any actor could learn a lot from this performance. What great fortune that Margolyes has recently become an Australian citizen, hopefully guaranteeing that we see a lot more of her.

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The Vancouver Sun - by Mark Leiren-Young 16th November 2012

Margoyles is the kind of classically trained performer whose body is their instrument, and the tiny, sproutlike 71-year-old has perfect control of that instrument, moving every part of her body, her face, even her hair, with the same precision she brings to shifting accents and attitudes as she perfectly articulates the language of Dickens

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