A nice mention from the Evening Standard:
"...Hayley, queen of Brooklyn
A brilliant new production of Arthur Miller's A View From the Bridge at the Duke of York's Theatre has it all. Ken Stott — surely an underrated national treasure? — plays the uncle who can't quite let go of his 17-year-old niece: he is heart-breaking, masterful and more than a little creepy. Even the Brooklyn accents — always a huge risk — were spot on, no doubt greatly assisted by having Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio in the cast (the daughter of an Italian immigrant, she played Gina in Scarface).
The real draw, however, is Hayley Atwell, who acts everyone off the stage. Last year she was a revelation as Julia in the new film of Brideshead Revisited. Here she is voluptuously perfect. A male Judi Dench, a touch of The Godfather and a Keira Knightley with breasts — does theatre get any better?"