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Approximately 2 hours 45 minutes, including one interval. Times given are for guidance purposes only and can change.

Michael Harrison, Kenny Wax and Paul Elliott by arrangement with Cameron Mackintosh

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Marti Pellow in
The Witches of Eastwick  - Your Comments

Mon 17 - Sat 22 November 2008

Mon-Thu 7.30pm
Fri 5pm & 8.30pm
Sat 2pm & 7.30pm

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11 people have left comments on The Witches of Eastwick. If you've seen the show at The Mayflower, why not add your own?

Wicked show, definitely in the same vain as the film, Marti captured the cheeky devil really well, laugh out loud funny and well worth the ticket price, I enjoyed it much more than I expected to :)

Fantastic - far more than I expected! Marti was the perfect horny devil!!! Whole cast were brilliant! Effects were great - lots of surprises along the way!!!

Fabulous!! They could not have cast this performance better, Marti Pellow is 'just the job'. Music and Performances were perfect and the conductor and orchestra really deserve a great big well done....they loved it!!
shelli jones

Wow! We were blown away by how good this show was! Marti Pellow was suberb as the devil - oh my word, those hips! The three leading ladies were fantastic - very talented, as were the whole cast. Very professional, very entertaining, so much fun. Thank you!
Lisa Morgan
Pimperne, Dorset

Brilliant. We weren't too sure what to expect, having only known Marti Pellow as a singer but he was fantastic. Very jealous of all the female actresses who got up close and personal with Marti! Would highly recommend this to anyone. Would even watch it again.
Mandy and Margarette
Andover and Surrey

No one could do the role of 'The Devil'.better than Marti Pellow. Truly he put everything he had into the performance. Not only does he look good, he sounds and acts as good - 'a unique combination that did not fail to surpass all hopes and expectations'. The roles of the three Witches must not go without mention - classy superb actresses together with an amazing cast just serves to celebrate our wonderful wealth of talent in our country, and the impeccably high standards of shows that the Mayflower continues to give. Well done everyone, and thank you.
Catherine Ellison

A brilliant show. All the actors were fantastic. The singing,music and dancing was heavenly. Marti was a wicked devil and great mover. We all enjoyed "dancing with the devil."
Adele O'Reilly
Weymouth Dorset

Fanastic wonderful great what more can I say!!!!! Marti was fabulous such a devil!!! If I could I'd have watched every night thanks for a great show!!!!!
Janet Cumber

Absolutely brilliant. Marti Pellows voice and persona really brought the character to life. The cast were outstanding. With that recipe you definately have a success on your hands. Would definately see it again.
Denise Bell

a fun filled delightfull show mr pellow helped capture the truely horny character that was so funny to hear and watch .the evening was a trip for a family of parents, a 14 and 18 year old young adults (who enjoyed a evening of theather with the old ones) . it was delight to watch they said!( and was sing in the car home dancing with the devil) and as usual the mayflower made happy mermories for a familys night out congrats to all who helped put on a fanatistic show many thanks counting down the days now to the panto
dawn souden
ferndown dorset

I was most disappointed in the production. I originally saw it in London with Ian McShane, who was brilliant. The production with Marti Pellow was crude and totally without any subtle moments. Ian McShane got over much more of the evil character without the "In your Face" smut, and had ten times more humour. This was the first Mayflower production I've been disappointed in.

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