"It's Rebecca Lacey... who really makes the production shine... Lacey captivates from her first appearance..."
"The ever enjoyable Rebecca Lacey
as the sharp and cunning Mistress Page,
an actor who truly fills the stage with
absolute maturity in her delivery and the
beautiful sparkle of anarchy in her heart."
MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR
RSC Stratford-Upon -Avon / Barbican
"Rebecca Lacey is wonderful as Sheila, the worm who turns hunched and scuttling, anxious or explosive, she sinks so deep into character that when she grinned cheerfully in the curtain-call I only recognised her by the awful skirt."
Libby Purves, The Times
Crucible Studio, Sheffield
"Rebecca Lacey plays a stormer... Miss Lacey milks every jink and jolt in Mrs Bennet's campaign, the dear mother's morale valiant but brittle."
Quentin Letts, The Daily Mail
PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Fun, frivolous and fantastic."
English Touring Theatre
"As the feisty Dr George in Casualty, Rebecca Lacey was the woman 16 million people spent Saturday night with... Her personal struggles and the high drama of life in the trauma lane are part of the potent cocktail that has made the BBC flagship drama so popular..."
Sunday Express Magazine
“The luscious Rebecca Lacey, as Nurse Fay, shimmies across the stage, a thoroughly convincing mixture of cherry pie sweetness and knife-in-the-belly duplicity.”
Neil Jones, WeekLong Magazine
West Yorkshire Playhouse