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G. Herbert from Yorkshire,, England
A VIBRANT SHOW THAT DAZZLES AND THRILLS
I needed this joy, this exuberance, this unadulterated shot of adrenaline after months of being starved of live theatre. And this production delivers on all levels. For me, this is so much better than the film with its hours of takes to achieve the right shot, for here we are in the ephemeral moment as the story unfolds, sharing the spectacular dancing, the comedy, the timing, the rapport between each performer. It is tangible and thrilling. I despair of critics who compare the film with the stage musical. They are two completely different genres. The film is never going to change no matter how often we watch it, the live show, particularly this show, is totally immersive and we experience every exuberant moment, as this incredibly talented Company helps us transcend the mundane. I was sitting in the First Circle row D2. Slightly envious of not being within the superbly splashy footwork of the leading man as he danced in the rain! Outstanding team work from everyone involved. Go. Enjoy.
Amanda Jagger from London, England
SMASHTASTIC VIBRANCY, HUMOUR AND STELLA CAST
Oh my! Booked for Kevin clifton, yet wow! The whole cast was fab and Faye really stole my heart as Lina, absolute treasure. Cooper is a beautiful dancer and the iconic scene a treat. Charlotte lovely as Cathy, and Kevin as Cosmos just fab! Would love to also see Faye play Cathy although she did Lina so proud. Worth a visit and a fun evening to be had. Bit of dancing, singing and acting a lush blend for a theatre show all rounder set in the lovely Sadler's Wells theatre.
Richard from London, England
You will enjoy this if you love amateur musicals in your local church hall. But this production is dreadful and not the standard that one expects at Sadlers Wells. Quite a lot of the audience left at the interval. However if you have not visited a live theatre for a few years and enjoy corny crap you might enjoy this. But neither the singing or dancing were good nor was the straight dialogue for that matter. If you have already have a ticket and cannot get a credit note take a hip flask with you. If you are considering buying tickets don’t bother. Sorry to write this as all the previous productions I’ve seen at this venue have been very good indeed.
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