|Booking From:||Saturday, 24th September 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 7th January 2017|
|Running Time:||2 hours 30 minutes|
|Age Restriction:||Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is recommended for a general audience. The show is suitable for children aged 6 and over. All persons entering the theatre, regardless of age, must have a ticket. Babes-in-arms will not be admitted. All children must be old enough to occupy their own seats.|
|Wed:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Sat:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
Hi well done to everyone involved in the show, was a very good show, shame about the threatre, being nearly six feet tall found the seating very uncomfortable, not enough room, once again well done to all involved,
A wonderful production! So lovely to hear my 10 year old son simply guffaw with laughter at the humour in it. Charlie was wonderful as was Douglas hodge as Wonka. The set was spell binding apart from the chocolate river! What a let down! I agree with earlier reviews that the garden could have had more lollipop trees etc in it. Th original oompa loompa song would ave been nice but what fab costumes! Brilliantly creative. I got the impression that Sam didn't really know what to do with the end- not surprisingly. Might have been better to get the rest of the ticket holders back in whatever state they were in for the top Hat and cane routine and make it really camp showering sweets over the audience? Loved it though. Would happily go back and see it again
Set was really good 1st half, 2nd half was disappointing as was Mr Wonka. The kids were all amazing, especially Veruca!!!
.. Simply magical. Didn't hear a peep out of my kids through the entire show. Well done everyone.
Saw the show on 23rd May. Have to say was very disappointed. Whilst the kids did a great job, I thought the first Act was very boring. The girl who played Violet was amazing although the Verruca, whilst a good actress was very high pitched in places!!! weren't the only ones to think this. No tapping our feet or humming any of the tunes, they just weren't catchy enough! Listening to other comments as we left the theatre we weren't the only ones to think this. I was so disappointed as me and my son (9 years) had booked our tickets ages ago and were really looking forward to this.
Fantastic!! watched preview in may and had really good songs and some lovely scenes. but 'Grandpa Joe' did drop a prop but apart from that it was really good.
The show was fantastic my grandson, daughter & i thoroughly enjoyed it.
Unfortunatly when my husband booked our tickets he was informed that the minimum age to see the show was seven +.
This was an 8th birthday present for my grandson, he was really disappointed that his 5 year old brother couldn't go. On arriving at the theatre there were children in the audience even younger than five. Why is this?.
A exciting musical take of children favourite. Really ejoyed how combined all the magical elements into book onto the stage. The sets, music took.
I must see.
Fantastic! Can't normally stand musical theatre, but the whole family - myself included - loved it. Stage design was innovative and dynamic, constantly changing. Story was well paced and the kids (6 and 8) never lost interest. Agree with comments that a couple of the original songs would have been nice, but the ones in the performance were - with the exception of one slow, droning, over-long one at the start of Act 2 - great. The Oompa Loompas, and their songs, were fantastic too. Most enjoyable night out I've ever had at the theatre!
Would love to have had some of the original songs in the film, especially the 'Oompa Loompah' songs. Missed not having the bubble machine and expected the sweet garden to be bolder, brighter and full of larger flowers and trees made of obvious sweets. however we thoroughly enjoyed our evening and the cast were brilliant. Definitely aimed at children
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