Valid on all performances until 12 May 2018.
What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (52%)
Absolutely brilliant show, would watch it again and again, seating was good , sat in E3&4 ,sad to see it end ,both Steves Sam & Chris were brilliant
Reviewed on 03 June 2018 by Janice, Folkestone, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 18 May 2018 by Wendy, Hillingdon, United Kingdom
Fantastic show,musicians excellent,a touch of comedy. Anyone that wants nostalgia for the 60s it’s a must.
Reviewed on 13 May 2018 by Linda, Doncaster, United Kingdom
The show was brilliant, great music, great story line, took our 16 year old daughter, she’s now a Small Faces fan.
Reviewed on 13 May 2018 by Anne, London, United Kingdom
Brought back so many happy memories as the 60's was my era when I was a teenager. ...won't be another era like it ! We need more shows like this...thankyou
Reviewed on 12 May 2018 by Helena, Romford, United Kingdom
We saw a combination of most of the groups in the mid sixties,live,and the small faces were one of them.This was our era,teenagers looking for anything different,and music was our escape.All of these songs tell a story of life at that time,and they were mostly sad songs,of lost love,or friends .This real life production tells how this group progressed,with two very tallented song writers,who were manipulated by their manager-managers.Life has not changed,young artists BEWARE,life is cruel on the other side.
Reviewed on 12 May 2018 by Peter, Stourbridge, United Kingdom
Should be playing to bigger audiences
Reviewed on 08 May 2018 by Debbie, Colchester, United Kingdom
Loved the show for the story and music and the actors and musicians were fantastic
Reviewed on 06 May 2018 by Julie, Enfield, United Kingdom
Don’t miss it !!
Reviewed on 03 May 2018 by Andrew, Rotherham, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 27 April 2018 by Robert, Welwyn Garden, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 23 April 2018 by Julie, Bedford, United Kingdom
Not suitable for young children, quite a lot of swearing. The story was a bit boring at first but the music made up for that.
Reviewed on 22 April 2018 by Alison, Preston, United Kingdom
There was a lot of music with which I was unfamiliar, which surprised me. The base was very strong as some parts but otherwise the sound was good. I thought I would have been wanting to get up and dance in the aisle but it just didn’t do anything for me.
Reviewed on 19 April 2018 by Margaret, Motherwell, United Kingdom
We booked this show because we were a part of the sixties era and we really liked the Small Faces music. The show far exceeded our expectations. The acting and music was great. It was interesting to have the ghost of Stevie telling the story. Samuel Pope delivered a super representation of Steve Marriott. In fact all the cast did justice to this musical. We thought the Ambassadors theatre was small and intimate. Our seats were in the stalls and we had a great view of the show. I’m disappointed to see that the show ends in June as I’m coming back to London in Sept and would have gone again. Best wishes to the cast for the future.
Reviewed on 18 April 2018 by Lorna, Lossiemouth, United Kingdom
good all round show
Reviewed on 15 April 2018 by David, Camberley, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 15 April 2018 by Chris, Reigate, United Kingdom
Really enjoyed this performance. I wouldn't recommend people take young children as the language is quite colourful. The music was good.
Reviewed on 08 April 2018 by Susan, Wokingham, United Kingdom
Great show. Story telling & music first class.
Reviewed on 08 April 2018 by Lorna, Bishops Stortford, United Kingdom
Reviewed on 30 March 2018 by Abi, Herts, United Kingdom
by Nicola Wright | Friday, March 30 2018, 11:36
After a long tour and a limited run at The Arts Theatre, ALL OR NOTHING, the Mod musical, transfers to the Ambassadors Theatre. Thanks to the small size of this West End theatre, the show retains an intimate feel and the audience are fully immersed into the music and journey of pop group The Small Faces.
Alfie Harrison-Foreman in All or Nothing at the Ambassadors TheatreReview: ALL OR NOTHING at The Ambassadors Theatre