Adapted from Samuel Richardson’s novel by Giles Havergal and Fidelis Morgan

Directed by Giles Havergal for Shared Experience on a national tour followed by a sell-out run at the Bloomsbury Theatre

For this play Fidelis was nominated Most Promising Playwright by Michael Coveney in Plays and Players review of the year

Giles Havergal and Fidelis Morgan…have done an adaptation of Richardson’s Pamela…that is something of a triumph. Michael Billington (The Guardian)

An artful and inventive adaptation. Nicholas de Jongh (The Guardian)

A charmingly buoyant adaptation. Christopher Hudson (The Standard)

Miss Morgan has devised a text that might have been written by one of her own Female Wits – a work designed to be savoured in private has been opened up and restructured to withstand public exposure. Irving Wardle (The Times)

Brilliantly theatrical…cunning adaptation. Francis King (Daily Telegraph)