|Booking From:||Monday, 1st October 2012|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 2nd March 2013|
|Matinees:||Wednesday and Saturday 3pm|
|Evenings:||Monday to Saturday 7.30pm|
The first time i saw this show i couldnt stop smiling. the set was awesome and geeky and those geeky quirks added to the show. In some ways the simpliciry of using card with cartooned style images added to that feel of it being old fashioned it was "1971" after all.
The choreagraphy was superb, and the songs always made your feet tap.
I have to add the cast was fantastic - young and vibrant and their love of the show as well was always present.
I went to see this show a further 5 times, and each experience i always came out smiling and loving it even more. Their last performance both the audience and the cast were sad to see it go and many a tear was shed by all
Loserville fan forever.
Loved this! I went to the show with low expectations in all fairness but it was one of the best shows I've seen! The acting and the way they used the props on the card was brilliant. Great show! Watching it again in January with my mother.
Absolutely terrible show! Fur coat and no knickers! Embarrassingly bad! Worse than a high school musical. Avoid at all costs! Don't waste your money. If this is what some people define as the future of British musical theatre, then I'm totally giving up. Americanised trash and everyone involved should be named and shamed.
This is an energetic, exhuberant, extremely well choreagraphed show. The jokes were funny, the story touching and the staging genius. The band were also incredibly tight and showcased appropriately in the second half. The theatre was full on the night I went (Saturday 13th Oct), and everyone clearly loved it throughout. Overhearing the comments around me on leaving the theatre, most were blown away at such an original and fun new musical. Having hated 'We Will Rock You,' thank goodness for James Bourne, Elliott Davis and an exciting take on what people like to refer to as 'modern musicals.'
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