Tiffany is currently appearing in THE BOY FRIEND at The Menier Chocolate Factory in London.

The show runs until March 2020 – tickets available here >>>

Tiffany Graves threatens to steal the show as Hortense. This has to be the happiest (and silliest) show in London right now” – Mark Shenton

Tiffany Graves puts across ‘It’s Nicer in Nice’ with great zest while reminding us that Wilson cleverly deployed the Cole Porter technique of creating lyrics out of a long list.” – Michael Billington



“A show-stopping turn from Tiffany Graves as maid Hortense, leading the irresistible ‘It’s Nicer in Nice’ with soprano trills through to sexy growls, can-can kicks and almighty lifts.” – Broadway World

“The highlight of The Boy Friend though, is a slew of flawless performances from a very talented cast – Tiffany Graves is a delightful Hortense.” – Theatre Weekly

Tiffany Graves is more than over qualified for what might otherwise be the slightest of characters. Instead, as the first role on stage, Graves sets the tone for the entire production and continues to light up the stage, even as her character’s role diminishes in subsequent acts.” – Musical Theatre Review

“The romantic comedy is often gently amusing and occasionally funny, particularly when Tiffany Graves takes to the stage.” – British Theatre Guide

Tiffany Graves plays the all-seeing maid with roguish poise” – Financial Times

“Into his pitch-perfect production, White injects a soupçon of irony that allows his audience to laugh with and at these shallow lives – a note reflected in the glinting eye of Dee’s Dubonnet and the saucy glare of her housekeeper Hortense (the excellent Tiffany Graves).” – London Metro

“It all adds up to a perfectly marvellous Christmas evening with lashings of Riviera romance and some top tier performances to boot.” – WhatsOnStage

“So wilfully silly and utterly delightful” – Time Out

“As light as a madeleine and as frivolous as a macaron. Tiffany Graves makes a superb return to the London stage as the warmly inviting Hortense.” – Ought To Be Clowns

Tiffany Graves is full of fun and mischief as Hortense” – The Spy In The Stalls

Tiffany Graves shamelessly scene-stealing as an archly knowing maid [in this] bubbly champagne cocktail of a show.” – London Theatre Guide

“The Splendid Tiffany Graves – the best thing in The Boy Friend. As Madame Dubonnet, Janie Dee is arguably the headline star, but she’s charmingly eclipsed by the splendid Tiffany Graves as her maid Hortense. Graves has the most consistent musical theatre experience of anyone in the company, and the stage lights up when she appears, especially when pointing ‘Nicer in Nice’ with the ferocity of Jane Lynch from ‘Glee’.” – This Is Cabaret

“Skilful revival” – The Times

“Janie Dee and Tiffany Graves are fantastic fun with their ‘Allo ‘Allo accents and barnstorming vocal performances.” – Fairy Powered

“One has to wonder whether Stephen Sondheim was aware of ‘It’s Nicer in Nice’ when he penned the not dissimilar ‘Ah, Paree’ for Follies resident Frenchwoman, Solange. Wilson’s equivalent is led here by a hard-driving Tiffany Graves as the feather duster-friendly Hortense.” – The Arts Desk

“Hortense, a wonderfully chic and slightly stern Tiffany Graves, who wants to carry on being able to sleep with whomever she wants whenever she wants.” – The Stage

“If this doesn’t make it to the West End, I’ll eat my boater!” – Daily Mail


5-Stars – London Theatre (Mark Shenton)

5-Stars – Theatre Weekly (staff)

4-Stars – The Guardian (Michael Billington)

4-Stars – Daily Telegraph (Dominic Cavendish)

4-Stars – Financial Times (Sarah Hemming)

4 Stars – Musical Theatre Review (staff)

4-Stars – London Metro (John Nathan)

4-Stars – London Evening Standard (Nick Curtis)

4-Stars – Daily Mail (Patrick Marmion)

4- Stars – Broadway World (Marianka Swain)

4-Stars – Spy In The Stalls (Rebecca Crankshaw)

4-Stars – Fairy Powered Productions (staff)

4-Stars – British Theatre Guide (Phillip Fisher)

4-Stars – Ought To Be Clowns (Ian Foster)

These 3-Star reviews were all very lovely about the production and the cast, but they just didn’t much feel in the mood for the frivolity of the story – nonetheless there are still some very nice gems of praise contained in these reviews…

3-Stars – The Times (Dominic Maxwell)

3-Stars – Time Out (Andrzej Lukowski)

3-Stars – The Stage (Tim Bano)

3-Stars – The Arts Desk (Matt Wolf)

3-Stars – This Is Cabaret (Johnny Fox)

3-Stars – WhatsOnStage (Alex Wood)

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