|Booking From:||Tuesday, 21st March 2017|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 24th February 2018|
|Running Time:||2 hours 30 minutes|
|Thu:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
|Sat:||2.30pm and 7.30pm|
I went to the show Tuesday 6th September,7.30 performance. My expectation of this show was HUGE . It was poorly organised, a kind man from your staff got a drink of water,very kind.Waiting areas were small, slow service. i eventually got served for a drink, then waited ages for a programme & Mug. Finally got to our seats, very uncomfortable, a person behind sneezed over my head ! Lady in front kept bobbing around ,really annoying .i thought the story was poor, the actors were poor,apart from the guy playing Berry Gordy. Hardly any reference to ASHFORD & SIMPSON who are probably the greatest songwriters,in my opinion. Theatre was extremely hot & humid, very little AIR CONDITIONING. It was my first visit to the theatre in London, i was so disappointed, after all the hype for this show! In the USA , it no longer runs on Broadway,maybe people got like me, i don't know. For such a Music Label it deserved so much better. I have been to Philadelphia Records, Kenny Gamble is a Legend with Leon Huff & Thom Bell.
know after this experience, it will be a long time,if ever , i go to a west end show again. A very disappointed Customer.
I went to see the show with my son who is 25 and we both loved it and felt they did the telling of the story during that time very well. If you love Motown music you won't be disappointed. Loved the Barry Gordy actor and Diana Ross's character. the both had the best voice ranges. The political element and racism they faced during the 60's was handled well and would have educated an new audience in understanding the struggles and what things they faced just trying to feed their families.... Have and will continue to recommend the show.
It was well worth the three hour travel to come and see this show on the 31st August. The show was fantastic but I have to admit I found it difficult to refrain from singing along with the cast and I am by no way a singer smile. If you are able to go and see this show and like Motown then I am sure you will not be disappointed. As for the theatre you expect the seating to be cramped as it is a very old theatre and in fairness the performers have no control in relation to the structure/architect of the building,
The show was disapointing in that there is alot of very good Motown songs that they did not sing or even give reference to.
The theatre itself is awful, i am not a big guy and there is no leg room what so ever up in the Grand Circle. This combined with how unbearably hot it was up there, made it the worse 2.5 hours I think i have ever spent in one place in my life.
the show was superb from curtain up to the end should have been encores.berry gordy and smokey robinson character actors had the most outstanding voices ,quality guys,rest of the cast were very good .great acting and great support .best show i have been too
I went and watched the show what can I say it was absolutely brilliant !!!!!!!! If I have my way I will be going to see it again .l loved everything about it
24th August. Brilliant show, would go an see again really enjoyed all the performance especially when Di Ross got a gentlemen out of the audience to sing with her. Brillant you could tell it made is day.
Great show all performers were awesome especially the 'Diana Ross' cant wait too see this wonderful show again
Brilliant show.....best I've seen......anyone who loves Motown will enjoy...
Disappointing, limited range of songs and artists. Not so much a musical as a political account of old time colour prejudice. Nobody condones what happened there so many years ago but it was not what I went to see. Many of the audience found it embarrassing and a number did not return after the interval.
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