Bethan Nash

Productions


Polstead

Polstead

‘Passion and Sensitivity … The strong cast show off effervescent chemistry as they spar, tease, and comfort one another’
– The Stage


‘An extremely talented all female cast’
– Ipswich 24


‘Perhaps it’s the characterisation, perhaps it’s the quality of the performances by an incredibly versatile cast of six women’
– Grapevine



My Fair Lady

My Fair Lady

‘resourceful and imaginative’ & ‘even after nearly three hours, you crave an epilogue.’
– The Stage


‘a splendidly spirited Eliza.’
– Sunday Express


‘Nash…well a star is born. I heard many a murmur on first night that likened her voice to a young Julie Andrews. They would not be far wrong. This actor is surely destine for the West End.’
– Observer, Buckinghamshire


‘Bethan Nash is charming as the diamond in the rough Eliza: you instantly warm to her and root for her throughout. Her transformation from gobby commoner to dainty duchess is thoroughly entertaining, and her accent changes are incredibly spot-on.’
– Observer, Wokingham


Bethan Nash in My Fair Lady
Bethan Nash in My Fair Lady

Emma

Emma

‘Austen described Emma, the meddling matchmaker, as a heroine no-one but she would much like. As played by Bethan Nash, she has a conventional charm from the outset: articulate and well-meaning if naive.’
– The Stage


‘with standout performances by the sparkling Bethan Nash as the eponymous heroine.’
– Oxford Times


‘an accomplished performance by Bethan Nash’
– Essential Surrey and SW London


‘The actors seemed to relish in their roles and special mention must go to Bethan Nash, who excelled as Emma’
– Cambridge Independent



High Society

High Society

‘Pitcher’s company are a versatile troupe, with Bethan Nash as Tracy’
– The Stage


‘Bethan Nash provides a stunning portrait of pretentious socialite Tracy Lord whose fickle fancies supply the mainspring of the plot.’
– Oxford Times


Bethan Nash in High Society
Bethan Nash in High Society

Swallows and Amazons

Swallows and Amazons

‘Again captures the magic of the sailing exploits of six children holidaying in the Lake District between the wars.’
– The Stage


‘Swallows and Amazons, back for a second time at the Bristol Old Vic, is quite simply charming.’
– Exeunt Magazine


‘Perhaps it’s the characterisation, perhaps it’s the quality of the performances by an incredibly versatile cast of six women’
– Grapevine



Neverland

Neverland

‘there are strong, clear spoken and musical performances, especially from Bethan Nash as Wendy.’
– The Stage


Robin Hood

Robin Hood

‘rousing and resourceful’
– The Stage



Romeo and Juliet

Romeo and Juliet

‘Yes, yes, a thousand times yes when it’s as good as this.’
– The Times


‘Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers never looked so good!’
– The List


‘An excellent introduction to Shakespeare’
– Broadway Baby


‘Enthusiastic and talented’
– ThreeWeeks


‘Sparkling, dynamic, and wonderfully performed’
– Fringe