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(Union Theatre, London)

“Nice also to see Union Theatre favourite Charlotte Milchard bringing her great face and dancing skills to bear on proceedings. Nobody does it better.”

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(Union Theatre, London)

“Charlotte Milchard, whose wonderfully expressive eyes you could make a film about!”

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(Georgian Theatre Royal, Richmond)

“As the wicked stepmother, Charlotte Milchard excelled as the cold yet terrifying tyrant…” 

Chris McIntyre, Darlington and Stockton Times

“…but the two stars of the show were Buttons, a loveable Irish rogue played by Aiden O’Neill, and the absolutely terrifying Lady Morticia (Charlotte Milchard). When the latter went into one of her rages, I reached for my four-year-old son’s hand, not to comfort him but to seek comfort for myself!” 

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(Union Theatre, London)

“Union stalwart Charlotte Milchard surprised me by playing a character that I’ve not seen her play before. Here she was a little bit common and tarty, which she pulled off perfectly.”
Michael Holland, Southwark News

“Charlotte Milchard’s beautifully vulnerable Beryl!”
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(Hill Street Theatre, Edinburgh)

“Charlotte Milchard is a good character actress….”
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(Zen Films Ltd)

“Inside the suit is an actress named Charlotte Milchard, who is absolutely fantastic.”
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(Cragrats Theatre, Huddersfield)

“Charlotte Milchard is fantastic as feisty career woman Kirsten….” 
Tess Cooper, Holme Valley Express

“And industry monster Kirsten is a grotesque caricature, played gorgeously by Charlotte Milchard.” 
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(Etcetera Theatre, London)

“Melanie, played with great confidence by Charlotte Milchard, is serving up a meal for a selection of celebrity guests. There are grand moment where Milchard presides at her table like a downmarket Miss Haversham, let down by men and secluded from the real world, living a ridiculous fantasy life.” 
Paul Vale, The Stage

“Charlotte Milchard plays Melanie with enormous verve and sympathy, making her a very likeable person. Milchard’s acting skills together with a great script by Ben Glanfield, who also stars, means this production actually succeeds in shedding a new light on what is a familiar subject of discussion”
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(Octagon Theatre, Yeovil)

“Charlotte Milchard as the Wicked Queen was a captivating combination of Queenie from Blackadder and Cruella de Vil.”
Tracey Ramsbottom, Western Gazette

“A fabulous figure of a Wicked Queen, Charlotte Milchard cackles, chortles and commands her way into a frenzy of panto evil.”
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(Union Theatre, London)

“Utterly bewildered and totally shattered by a declaration of true love from a man she thought a boor is Charlotte Milchard, as Lucy. Her wide-eyed innocence and awakening dream world in the wake of a love poem is something to almost bring you to tears. Her show of strength, when she is definitely going to cut her wrists or throat, is really alarming.” 
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(Octagon Theatre, Yeovil)

“How the awesomely awful Malevola (Charlotte Milchard), Housekeeper to the Giant, manages to get herself defeated by the incompetent Jack is delightfully improbable as anything panto can provide.” 
Penny Deacon, Western Gazette

“On the darker side, there’s Malevola, the classic wicked witch character, who is actually the giant’s assistant ordered to do his dirty work. Her part is well played by Charlotte Milchard, who is adept at giving the audience the evil eye and looks very much the part in a fantastic black Medusa hat.” 
Laura Male, Blackmore Vale Magazine

“Charlotte Milchard was a truly scary character who milked the boos unmercifully. She was wicked!” 
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(The Floral Pavilion Theatre, 
New Brighton)

“Charlotte Milchard, who is all darkness and childish spite as Carabose, is exceptionally and brilliantly nasty.”
Chris High, The Stage.

“Special mention too for the Evil Fairy ably played with the lightest of wicked touches by Charlotte Milchard who excited a battery of boos and hisses from the moment she appeared on stage. She also had the highest, shrillest laugh of any panto villain I’ve come across.”
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