Aladdin, Greenwich Theatre
British Theatre Guide.
Julie Godfrey’s Rubik’s cube of a set, complete with never ending transformation scenes as it effortlessly changes from Old Peking to O’Twankeys Wash ‘n’ Nosh in the blink of an eye never ceases to amaze and just goes to show what can be achieved with clever and innovative design.
Julie Godfrey’s island design with four tonnes of water, fog, and revolving trees is a triumph
Pack of Lies
British Theatre Guide
Designer Julie Godfrey captures the period faultlessly.
Icons of London
A spectacular, glitzy set
On the Piste
The Evening Standard
Julie Godfrey’s Spectacular Designs
Murder by Misadventure
Backed by designer Julie Godfrey’s breathtakingly appropriate set, a luxurious new penthouse flat
Two into One at the Menier Chocolate Factory 2014
Instead, you have the pleasure of watching deliriously daft hanky-panky, cleverly counter-pointed in adjoining mirror-image suites (the witty sliding design is by Julie Godfrey) and executed with engaging vim and dexterity by a crack team.
The action is set in a swish Westminster hotel, slickly and ingeniously designed by Julie Godfrey, where a Home Office minister in Mrs Thatcher’s Government is planning a tryst with one of the PM’s secretaries.
a lovely mix of hopeless helplessness and wild mania. If at times the actors are upstaged by designer Julie Godfrey’s versatile set, which efficently transports us from hotel lobby to each bedroom in turn, this remains a modern classic which will not disappoint the fans of Cooney.
The set also has a starring role, with Julie Godfrey’s elegant yet slightly trashy eighties design again echoing John Cleese’s Fawlty Towers. Godfrey’s costume choices are also spot on and hit all the right class buttons.