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Lesley Joseph reveals Birds Of A Feather could return

Last month ITV bosses announced that sitcom Birds Of A Feather had been axed five years after it's revival.

Natasha Patel, Daily Mail, 12th March 2019

Ross Noble among Olivier Award nominations

Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein has picked up a number of Olivier Award nominations today. Ross Noble is up for Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Musical for his performance as Igor. Lesley Joseph is up for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical as Frau Bl├╝cher. The production itself is up for Mastercard Best New Musical.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 6th March 2018

The lovable Birds reboot sees the trio slipping back into their roles to celebrate Christmas in Chigwell. Sharon (Pauline Quirke) is embarking on gift-shopping with a difference and Tracey (Linda Robson) has festive plans that could cause a ruck. And Lesley Joseph - who always steals the show as Dorien - is on a mission to solve a mystery. And, lo, with an Essex-style wink and some bawdy one-liners, a good old-fashioned Christmas special is born.

Hannah Verdier, The Guardian, 18th December 2017

Review: Young Frankenstein, (Garrick Theatre)

It's definitely a midweek show, rather than a weekend blockbuster, and probably not for the faint hearted (or the politically correct), as it's quite crude and full of euphemisms (what's not to like?), although it does have a moral. That said, Young Frankenstein is an evening of harmless fun that warrants its standing ovation.

Michaela Clement-Hayes, West End Wilma, 16th October 2017

Live review: Young Frankenstein, Garrick Theatre, WC2

If you are going to see Young Frankenstein please leave your political correctness antennae in the cloakroom. I counted three gags about breasts in the first fifteen minutes and the rest of the show is positively peppered with the kind of smutty humour that makes the Carry On films seems like Chekhov. And yet somehow this doesn't matter. In this age of triggers and safe spaces it feels a bit old school to say this, but you'll probably be laughing too much to care.

Bruce Dessau, Beyond The Joke, 13th October 2017

Review: Young Frankenstein

This is a wonderful night out, frequently reaching that all too rare comic plateau where it becomes literally impossible to stop laughing. A triumph.

Alun Hood, What's On Stage, 10th October 2017

Birds Of A Feather to return for new special

Sitcom Birds Of A Feather will return to ITV for a new Christmas special.

British Comedy Guide, 18th August 2017

Linda Robson says producers tried to re-cast Birds Of A Feather

Linda Robson has revealed that producers of Birds Of A Feather tried to re-cast the show with younger actresses.

British Comedy Guide, 26th May 2017