|Booking From:||Friday, 19th August 2016|
|Booking Until:||Sunday, 21st August 2016|
|Running Time:||2 hours 50 minutes|
|Important Info:||Award-winning actor Rebel Wilson will be joining the West End cast for a strictly limited 8 weeks only at the Phoenix Theatre to play the part of Miss Adelaide from Tuesday 28 June until Sunday 21 August 2016.|
Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls is such a wonderful part in Guys and Dolls, not so with Rebel Wilson playing the part, whoever came up with the idea that she should play the roll certainly dosnt know the show at all, I am sure that Miss Wilson is a very good performer in suitable parts, but for me and a lot of other musical comedy lovers. she has ruined a masterpiece of Musical Theatre, I am most certain that the wonderful Mr Frank Loesser would be turning in his grave if only he knew
I disagree totally with the reviewer and the review that appears above. I though Rebel Wilson ruined the show. She totally overplayed the role and her performance was painful to watch. All other cast members including the female Latin dancer that appeared in the Havana scene were excellent. Adelaide is not an Australian bogun and that is what Rebel Wilson did to this part. I have always loved this show but not with Rebel Wilson
2nd time seeing the show and it was amazing. Rebel Wilson brought humour and sense of fun to the show and Frankie Jenna was outstanding, (this young lady will go far). With these two playing the leads, you have a winning performance. Highly rate this show as a must see. High five to the whole cast, well done and thank you x
WONDERFUL CAST--GREAT SHOW--LUVED IT
Lovely songs, everyone a winner. Brilliant cast, the dancers are amazing coping with a stage that could be bigger for some many people. Do go and see this show ......it is a joy
Super show but almost ruined by a young child sitting somewhere near the front who talked and shouted all the way through.....why he was not asked to leave seems unbelievable. Would expect you to have been asked for refunds on tickets for those sitting very close to him....disgraceful. The cast did a magnificent job not being distracted by him which was very difficult.
Date attended Wed 11 Feb.
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