Everybody's Talking About Jamie Reviews
Jennifer from London, England
Went to see this last night with my daughter who is 15 and just came out as gay we found it very enjoyable and had a few tears in places Daughter found it very good The young lad who played Jamie was great Noah Thomas Would we recommend yes differently Just got album as well Fab night thanks
from London, England
FEEL GOOD MUSICAL WITH A POINT TO MAKE
Go see it it’s very very good some bad language so if your easily offended then don’t go but it’s fun the mother sings a song called he’s my son omg her voice the song brought tears to my eyes please go if swearing didn’t bother you
Heather from Brighton,
AMAZINGLY WELL WRITTEN SHOW WITH AN ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS CAST!!
I loved it it was just wonderful. Loads of laughs, tears, joy, beautiful singing, the cast wrung out every gamut of emotion. So good my friend and I would both go again. Congratulations on the writing, the singing, the dancing and particularly the heartfelt performances of the lead characters. Thank you all!!
Bev from Lightwater, Surrey
BRILLIANT FROM START TO FINISH
I don't normally write reviews but this was so good I just had to! Everything from the production, dancing, singing and music was brilliant. I couldn't believe I had been in the theatre for nearly 3 hours, time just flew by. I would definitely recommend.
Alex Wood from Northampton
A PREDICTABLE CLICHE OF A SHOW
I reckon Billy Elliot for the Kinky Boots generation just about sums up this new musical. It is an interesting story and being a supporter of local theatre I must commend the Crucible in Sheffield for creating and presenting it but there must surely be shows more worthy of a West End outing than this. Firstly, Jamie is hardly Rosa Parks - the right for males to wear female clothing is well-established. The documentary on which 'Jamie' is based was made in 2011. Things have moved on since then - to the extent that even the Church of England agrees that cross-dressing is harmless and that, indeed, denying it is cruel. Why is it that, for some, drag queens seem to be in the vanguard of gay rights? Forget the frocks and the campery - there is a good, intelligent UK musical about being gay and gay rights still waiting. to be written. But if you like your characters two-dimensional and predictable (bigoted dad, unsympathtic teacher, brave mum, camp homosexual) you will love this show.
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This show is everything the world needs right now
Billed as Billy Elliot for the Kinky Boots generation, Everybody's Talking About Jamie introduces us to the newest superstar of British musical theatre with plenty of heart, wit and a fantastic score that'll spawn more than a few standardsRead full review
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