|Booking From:||Friday, 28th April 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|
We went to see this show on the 1st April and it was outstanding, all the singers had superb voices, we felt we were back in the 60's, so well done to all of the cast for putting on a wonderful show
It took me back to my teenage years so very nostalgic. I am going to see it again!
I was really looking forward to this show having booked about 9 months prior to seeing it. However, as much as I love Motown music, I came away feeling the show was just ok. I want to come out of a theatre on a high & desperately wanting to book again but I didn't feel this way. There are other musicals in the West End that I would recommend over this. Disappointed.
Memories are made of Motown... A fabulous, magic, energetic and joyful show. Loving that we still remembered the words to the songs. Great performances from multi talented cast. Our party of four weren't the only ones saying they'd love to see it again.
What a fantastic show and the cast were amazing they worked so hard and was enjoyed by all our party of 49 people thank u
Fantastic show. Treated 11 members of my family to celebrate a special birthday. Ages from 13 to 93. Everyone had a wonderful time. One member was in a wheelchair and the staff were excellent. All led to a wonderful afternoons celebration. The show is dynamic from start to finish. Well done to everyone. Best show in town.
I was full of high expectation for this show but sadly a little disappointed at seeing such brilliant songs cut short for what at times was tedious dialogue. If you had half the acting and twice the singing and dancing, Motown the Musical would be an absolute winner.
THis is the most spectacular show in the West End. Thevwhole show is totally. about some of the greatest musical talents in twentieth century show business., and how Berry Gordy. puts them all. on. the Motown Label
The opening scene of Temps v Tops taken from the 25th Anniversary was brill but may have been better at the right time line of the story (I'm not complaining). Such a well written play with excellent choreography and loved the crossover scene stills between storyline and singing. The Diana/audience participation was a welcome highlight to interface with the crowd and musical orchestration was simply superb. The singing brings back happy memories ( Smokey especially) and true genius with Michael Jackson and Diana and the Girls. Cedric Neal (Berry Gordy) what an amazing actor and singer. The energy of the whole cast was nothing short of brilliant. A must see xxx long live Tamla Motown xx
OK, the individual songs / performers are ready good. However, there is a weak throughput story line and in the end too many characters to really get too emotional involved. Maybe they should have gone full jukebox musical. Great individual songs, but boring in between those songs.
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