'National treasure can surely not be far away for the writer of Sherlock' - The Guardian
And Mark Gatiss brings his usual air of winning English camp to the role, so familiar in Chekhov, of the wise but rueful visiting doctor – hilariously ending up on all fours with back-pain as he proposes, with no romantic ceremony, to the only woman who’d have him but hitting a touching, unforced note of sentimentality as well, when he breaks into a Russian folk song.
The Telegraph on Three Days in the Country
Mark Gatiss is excellent as Menenius, the 'humorous partrician'
The Guardian on Coriolanus