Pretty Woman Reviews


Average customer review: 2.5 star rating (2.5 Stars)

Number of reviews: 16



5.0 star rating Jill cooper from London, England


I always loved this film. Seeing the show last night 14/2/2020 was so amazing. The performers 5⭐️ The scenery changes 5⭐️ The music 5⭐️ Only thing I would comment on was the woman who play Vivian couple of the dresses she wore was not amazing. Several commented on this on way out. The dress when met in the bar and the famous brown and white spot. But if the only bad thing was couple dresses. Easily sorted. Recommend that’s done. As wasn’t only me. But I have seen most shows in London never given a review. Amazing well done and thank you for the rose a nice touch on Valentine’s Day. Hope to come again sometime ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

5.0 star rating Brian Casson from London, England


I thought that it might all be a bit too cheesy or a poor imitation of the film, but 'blow me', it was so dam good. You will not be disappointed!

5.0 star rating Isabel from London, England


Wonderful! Wonderful cast! Wonderful show! Sure the critics will find fault as they always do! At the end of the day this show will make you leave the theatre with a smile on your face! That’s what it’s all about!

5.0 star rating Emma Nicholaides from North Lincolnshire, England


I couldn’t recommend this show enough, I couldn’t stop smiling all the way through. The actress who played Julia Roberts was infectious. I’ve watched loads of West end and Broadway shows and this has to be one of my new favourites.

5.0 star rating Martin from London, England


Entertaining from start to finish. Loved the storytelling very cleverly done. Whole audience on their feet at the end. Brilliant. Thougjt Danny Mac was exceptionally well cast, only negative comment would be Vivienne's dresses, slightly underwelming.

4.0 star rating from Devon


It delivers a fast moving happy and great choreography musical . The real highlight is la traviata in the opera sequence . What a joy .

2.0 star rating Jo from York, England


My daughter and I love musicals and have seen most of them (she lives in London) and were very excited when we got tickets to see Pretty Woman on Sat 29th Feb. The excitement soon changed as this production was certainly not up to scratch - couldn't warm to the leading lady, wrong choice in all respects. I would comment on the fact that the dress she wore to the polo match was BLUE and not BROWN as in the film and also why put her in such long white gloves with her red opera dress. They were so long they were tucked in under her sleeves which made it look as though she was wearing bandages on each arm!!! Dreadful - big mistake!!Can't understand why audiences are allowed to take in drinks. The middle aged couple next to us had a bottle of wine and after drinking it all in the first half, fell asleep after the interval and never woke up until the end. Maybe the performance sent them to sleep - but what a waste of money! Best performance was by the Hotel Manager who played many parts.


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CHARMING Fun nostalgic

It's a charming love story from a different perspective and a fun choice for date night or a night out with the girls!

Our reviewer Nicola saw the production on Broadway, here's what she thought!

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