THE COUNTESS by Gregory Murphy West End Production, 2005
In1853 the foremost art critic of the period John Ruskin, his wife Effie and his portage the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millias departed in high spirits for the Scottish Highlands. What happened there gave rise to one of the most notorious scandals of the Victorian Age.
"a wonderful, evocative piece of theatre"
-- Tim Walker,The Telegraph.
"A marvellous production, thoroughly enjoyed by all. I do hope the West End will be graced by the presence of this Countess for a long time to come!"
--Emma Whitelaw, indieLONDON Theatre Review: Romance, scandal and two in-laws too many in The Countess