McQueen Reviews - Theatre Royal Haymarket

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Venue Information
Theatre Royal Haymarket

Theatre Royal Haymarket
8 Haymarket
London
London
SW1Y 4HT

Seating Plan

Directions

Directions
(5mins) Go along Coventry Street and then take Haymarket on the right where the theatre will be approx. 200 metres along.

Show Information
Booking From: Saturday, 17th October 2015
Booking Until: Saturday, 17th October 2015
Age Restriction: No under 16's. Contains strong language, adult themes and nudity.
Show Status: production_closed
Review Summary
Average Rating: 3.6 out of 5 stars based on 5 review(s)

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Latest Review: "I was terribly disappointed ,the swearing was unbelievable ,it originally had a "no under 13's ",..."

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    Monday, 21st Sep 2015 by Maria

I was terribly disappointed ,the swearing was unbelievable ,it originally had a "no under 13's ",so pleased to see this has been changed to "no under 16".

There were teenagers sitting next to me,the swearing and some of the dancing was tasteless.

I left at the interval.

I could not possibly recommend it to anyone .

Mc Queen bore a striking resemblance and the theatre is stunning!

    Thursday, 27th Aug 2015 by Tony Webb

Poor Story with too much swearing - went home early

    Friday, 26th Jun 2015 by Lea Lilly

It's was an amazing performance..Stephen portrayed Lee exceptionally. Dianna really transformed .I really enjoyed it.Phenomenal.

    Tuesday, 9th Jun 2015 by Amanda Eliasch

There is so much that I can say about this production. I will emphasise what I liked about it. The movement, the grace, the sets, the idea, the love. I however knew Issy very well and she had much more humour and vulgarity than was directed here. She was both light and dark, a tramp in couture, upper class, yet common. With humour and couture clothes which were often in rags she used London as a stage for her life. She had flare. There were other friends too, Annabelle Neilson, not really mentioned and you only got snippets of a conversation with Phillip Treacy. It could have been less heavy and showed that light, depth and darkness fit well together. Worth seeing even though you may know the truth..

    Thursday, 14th May 2015 by Andrew

Good acting from the guy who plays McQueen.

Play feels abit drawn out and drags when he faces the typical press sit down interview. Still not sure what I make of it, like modern art, might be deep or might just be abit lazy!

Andrew

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