The acting is also excellent... Grace Molony as Emma shows how the lively wit of Austen’s character translates into mutinous fury when she finds she is apparently entrapped in a fiction;
The Guardian on The Watsons
‘Grace Molony plays Lady W. This is her West End debut and she is terrific in a part where she has to hold her own against Saunders’s stonkingly good Duchess of Berwick. I saw Molony on stage last year in Chichester and there is no doubt that she is a star of the future (no gutter for her).’
The Times on Lady Windermere's Fan
Molony’s Kate is particularly fine, like a freshly hatched chick, full of undimmed optimism and awkward passion, mourning the death of her beloved mother and determined to escape her lonely, drunken father, whose inarticulate black rage surely symbolises the darkness of rural Ireland itself.
The Telegraph on The Country Girls
Grace Molony making her professional stage debut, is luminous as Kate.
The Stage on The Country Girls