Robert Gill - reviews

© Wolf Marloh - 2014

Edward II

Battersea Arts Centre - 2008

Playing Bishop of Coventry/Sir John of Hainault

What's On Stage

“The doubling is good and convincing, ... Robert Gill an icy Bishop of coventry and a humorously accommodating John of Hainault.” Michael Coveney


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The Death of Norman Tortilla

Tristan Bates Theatre - 2012

Playing Norman Tortilla, directed by Tom Latter

Remotegoat Review ***** / British Theatre Guide Review / One Stop Arts Review ****

A Younger Theatre Review / Spoonfed Review

Robert Gill is superb in the title role of Norman Tortilla, playing this complicated individual with a flamboyant and yet tragic air. The combination of his considered physicality and comical intonation creates a ridiculous and yet somehow likeable character caught up in his own world and obsessed by his desire for acceptance.” British Theatre Guide

Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me

Barons Court Theatre - 2008

Playing Michael, directed by Ollie Baird

The Stage / What's On Stage **** / Remotegoat

Robert Gill’s Michael is beautifully observed, capturing the peculiar temperament of the Little Englander, pedantic and romantic by turns” The Stage

Sign of the Times

Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds - 2015

Playing Frank Tollit, directed by Karen Simpson

The Stage.pdf *** / What's on Stage.pdf ****

”But it's the actors who have to carry us into their world, with its everyday blend of the mundane and the new-surreal. This, the pair - Gill in both acts and Pickles particularly in the shorter second - manage superbly.” - What’s on Stage