AN IDEAL HUSBAND REVIEWS (2010):

‘Helen Rynne is excellent as the devilish Mrs. Cheveley’ (The Stage)

‘It revolves around Sir Robert Chiltern, played by Oliver Hume, and his nemesis Mrs Cheveley, the beautiful but conceited and power-hungry socialite, played by Helen Rynne. These two are undoubtedly the stars of the play and, when on stage together, sparks fly – stunning’ (This is Nottingham)

‘The cast – Andrew John Tait, Bethany Thompson, Gabrielle Douglas, Helen Rynne and Oliver Hume – all turned in splendid performances with evident enjoyment and enthusiasm.’ (The Star, Sheffield)


AS YOU LIKE IT REVIEWS (2009)

‘All five actors impress – Helen Rynne as an impish Rosalind and scandalous Audrey’ (The Star, Sheffield)

‘There's gifted playing from a cast of only five actors. Helen Rynne (Rosalind/Audrey) and Alice Brockway (Celia/Phebe ) are strong on the sisterly love between Rosalind and Celia; they can also do lewd and bawdy as Audrey and Phebe.’ (The Sheffield Telegraph)

‘As Rosalind, the excellent Helen Rynne…’ (The Stage)

 ROMEO AND JULIET REVIEWS (2006)

‘Helen Rynne impressed as Mercutio’ (The Munster Express)


 
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