MENTIONS IN REVIEWS


"Albert Clack is strong as Polonius and stronger still as the Grave Digger; he gives a very well nuanced performance." thegoodreview.co.uk on Hamlet at The London Theatre, New Cross, London.

"Particular praise should go to ... Albert Clack's spot-on reading of the bumbling clergyman Doctor Chasuble, making a minor part shine." Brighton Argus on The Importance of Being Earnest at the Grand Hotel, Brighton.

"Albert Clack delivers a memorable Duncan. His king is all warmth and fatherly benevolence." thepublicreviews.com on Macbeth at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town, London.

"Clack demonstrates a real knack for intonation, and his performance ... perfectly recalls the typical pub dweller and downtrodden husband." ayoungertheatre.com on Tiresia at the Etcetera Theatre, Camden Town, London.

"The play's first half is surprisingly funny, largely due to Albert Clack's turn as Polonius, played as doddering and long-winded." everything-theatre.co.uk on Hamlet at The London Theatre, New Cross, London.

"Albert Clack is memorable as the well-upholstered patriarch Knox, reduced to gibbering idiocy at the idea of losing trade." remotegoat.com on Fanny's First Play by Bernard Shaw at Pentameters Theatre, Hampstead, London.

"Duncan is brilliantly portrayed by Albert Clack whose commanding voice resonates." onestoparts.com on Macbeth at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre, Kentish Town, London.

"Particular praise going to ... Albert Clack swapping effortlessly between common soldier and scheming Bishop Morton." Theatre Bubble on Good King Richard at the White Bear Theatre, London.

"Albert Clack's Simon Eyre was a bluff and good-humoured gent, amusing when strutting in his new finery and treating his colleagues and juniors with an avuncular air." The Bardathon on The Shoemakers' Holiday by Thomas Dekker at The Dell, Stratford-upon-Avon.


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