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Unknown 5Phil Rawlinson 21st Oct 16: We saw Judy at the Redhill Harlequin Theatre last night (20th October 2016)and she was AMAZING !! An acoustic show, with two great guitarists and her two daughters, they providing a wonderful evening of top quality songs from her entire catalogue and in various combinations. GReat voices, great musicaslity, and topped off with some warm, witty stories about songs and fellow artistes from throughout her career to date, plus Judy was happy to answer many questions from among the audience.
I can only praise the show. There were no downsides whatsoever, and it made me as fervent a fan again as I was back in the day !!
Abba Mania 5mary green 8th Oct 16: Fabulous show,best Abba band ever,singing and dancing amazing.
Yes Prime Minister (Little Theatre, Leicester) 5Eric Stubbs 7th Oct 16: A business colleague surprised me with a Tuesday evening ticket for this production whilst I was in Leicester, and it was only afterwards that I realised it was an amateur society performing it. The whole cast were as near to professional as one could get without actually being pros! Leading the merry affair with a brilliant manic performance was David Lovell as the troubled Prime Minister. Charles Moss as Sir Humphrey stole much of the show with his with his erudite but also baffling soliloquies, which brought spontaneous applause from a packed audience. They were ably supported by Joff Brown as PPPS Bernard Woolley and Cathy Rackstraw as the PM's advisor.
The third spontaneous applause of the evening was brought about by a delightful cameo performance from Peter Lakin as the officious Kumranistan Ambassador, who was only on stage for about five minutes but managed to delight the audience with his almost irreverent Sharia Law beliefs and incredibly amusing facial gymnastics - a well deserved exit ovation. Mike Bull as the BBC Director General and Colin Bowles as the BBC presenter completed the stellar cast.
Altogether an evening I will never forget, which I have seldom said for many professional shows - Amateur theatre at it's very best.
Sunny Afternoon (Waterside Theatre, Aylesbury) 5Karen Ryan Poole 29th Sep 16: A college from work said she was just listening to Chris Evans on radio this am and he was talking about who was dragged to a musical that did not want to go to.
Well that’s me. I tried unsuccessfully for a week to get someone from work to go to the Kinks Musical in Aylesbury that was on last night but everyone had something on.
My husband David had booked tickets for us to go , and I was very reluctant to go as didn’t know there music and thought it would be a long night to sit through.
Well….It was BRILLIANT. We were all standing up applauding and dancing...I haven’t had a night like that for years.
I LOVED IT!!!!.
So if anyone wants the best time…go to the Aylesbury Theatre and see the KINKS. I AM KNOW A FAN!!!!
WE WANT TO SEE IT AGAIN !!!!BRILLIANT CAST AND STORY LINE AND MUSIC
Getting Better Slowly 5Howard Sanders 24th Sep 16: As someone who has been through the horrifying experience of Guillain Barre Syndrome as a carer I found this a superbly written and performed play. All involved have shown a great empathy with and understanding of the condition. But I am also sure that the play will provide entertainment and education to lay people with no previous knowledge of GBS. In particular well done to performers Adam ( who has had GBS) and Kitty, and to writer Nick.
The Glenn Miller Story (Venue Cymru (formerly - North Wales Theatre), Llandudno) 5Penny Nicholson 12th Sep 16: Tommy Steele has music in his soul! For those of us who knew he was telling the story by showing us what it was all about and not trying to be Glenn Miller thoroughly enjoyed the show and I agree his voice hasn't changed if you close your eyes and listen to him he could easily be that 20yr old sailor again. ☺️
The Great British Bump Off 5Lucy elsom 10th Sep 16: Absolutely brilliant!! We saw it last night and it was the most I've laughed in ages. Great slapstick farce material made even funnier by quick changes and a few ad lib areas. Fantastic!