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What the papers say...

Leah Fletcher in particular was outstanding
Jan Montgomery, Darlington & Stockton Times
Is That A Bolt In Your Neck? Gonzo Moose Theatre Company 
Highest acting honours, however, go to Leah Fletcher; equally at home as Leonie and seven year old Toto 
Fiona Mountford The Evening Standard 
Happy Yet? The Gate Theatre
Leah Fletcher as the bemused check out girl, an actor who excels
John Linklater The Herald Scotland
Hatchet Plan  Parti-Pris Theatre Company
Leah Fletcher, in the role of the woman, handles the tricky subject with astonishing gravitas
BBC Devon
Leah Fletcher gives a finely judged performance as the disturbed young woman
Hysteria Northcott Theatre
Leah Fletcher, a Lecoq-trained actress and comedienne, gives outstanding performances as both tricksy Isabella in a pink corset, and the gleeful Diaphanta
John Thaxter What’s On 
Playing Isabella and and Diaphanta is Lecoq-trained Leah Fletcher, who shines from the moment she ushers you into your seats in the BAC’s intimate studio, through her hilarious delivery of a Bollywood style cabaret act, to her star turn as a husky Marlene Dietrich
Clare Peel Theatreworld Internet Magazine
The cast are first rate, particularly Leah Fletcher, whose impressive acting ability is demonstrated by her multiple roles
Jenn Quinn Footloose Magazine
Leah Fletcher’s freakish, hysterical Isabella
CA The Metro Newspaper
The Changeling Third Party Productions

Leah Fletcher sparkles as Eppie
Patrick Marmion Time Out
Leah Fletcher, who as the adolescent Eppie, gives us two of the evening’s most enjoyable scenes
John Thaxter The Stage
In support, Leah Fletcher proves a captivating Eppie
Ron Lewis The Hounlsow Chronicle
Silas Marner The Orange Tree
Leah Fletcher brought loads of knockabout fun to the stage.  She was no bashful babe and was by far the feistiest female lead we’ve had for years
North Devon Gazette
Jack and The Beanstalk Queen’s Theatre Barnstaple
The scene between Toby Jones and Leah Fletcher drips with unspoken tenderness
Omar Ali The Scotsman
Life Support Parti-Pris Theatre Company
The most memorable characters are Anyutka (Leah Fletcher), Anisya’s younger sister who sees and hears far more than she should
Sarah Hemming The Financial Times
The Power of Darkness The Orange Tree Theatre
Leah Fletcher was hysterically cute as the youngest daughter, Louison
Les Hughes The Yorkshire Post
The Hypochondriac Leeds Playhouse 
Leah Fletcher is outstanding as a feisty Princess Irene, who even won a round of applause for fighting off the urge to cry in a particularly tough situation
Jennifer Jobe News Post Leader
Princess Irene, played with endearing style by Leah Fletcher
Karen Simpson The Journal
The Princess and The Goblin Northern Stage Newcastle Playhouse

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