Posted 15 February 2013 - 01:39 PM
It really was one of the most bizzare musicals I have seen but with some very catchy numbers with excellent singing and dancing.
The only way I could do this production justice is to say bizzare but brilliant.
Go see it with an open mind - do not expect to fully understand what is going on, just sit back, relax and laugh - but a word of warning - if you are sitting on the coffee tables get your dancing shoes on and be prepared to play a small part in this production
Posted 17 February 2013 - 10:00 AM
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Posted 19 February 2013 - 10:07 AM
We're taking friends to see it on 24 Feb. It is utterly charming; as has been said, the audience must suspend beilef for a couple of hours. Do that, and a magical time will be had by all.
Highly recommended (and I am a theatregoer pure and simple - I have nothing to do with the production, in case you ask).
Favourite Musicals: Blood Brothers; Brigadoon; Chicago; Chess; Chorus Line; Company; Evita; Follies; Godspell; Les Miserables; Little Night Music; Little Shop of Horrors; Mack and Mabel; Man of La Mancha; Merrily We Roll Along; Miss Saigon; Phantom of the Opera; Rent; Rocky Horror Show; South Pacific.
Favourite Plays: Beautiful Thing; Bent; Blithe Spirit; Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; Cherry Orchard; Dance of Death; Death of a Salesman; Endgame; Happy Days; Hedda Gabler; Henry IV (Parts I and II); Importance of Being Earnest; Little Foxes; Mother Courage; Private Lives; Shirley Valentine; Torch Song Trilogy; What the Butler Saw; Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?; Wild Duck.
Posted 20 February 2013 - 04:41 PM
I hope to get to see it one more time before it closes.
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