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Eugenius! - The Eunique New Musical

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Performance Times
Mon - -
Tue - 19:30
Wed - 19:30
Thu 14:30 19:30
Fri - 19:30
Sat 14:30 19:30
Sun 15:30 -

Eugenius! - The Eunique New Musical description

Yes, at the beginning of the year, the show had a buzz-filled, triumphant six week run at The Other Palace in Victoria. But hey, don’t take our word for it. Why not check out what audiences themselves actually said?

Just search #goeugenius on Twitter and scroll your way down through the Eugenius! joy. (We love, ‘If you could bottle the elation at the end of Eugenius!, you’d make a fortune!’ amongst a ton of other terrific tweets.)

Well, anyway, we’ve listened to the clamour (‘Eugenius! has this infectious joy about it which completely sweeps you up’, there’s another), and we’ve been busy tweaking, tickling and tightening the show even more.

Eugenius! is a teen-geek love story set against a backdrop of comic books and superheroes. It has a totally original score - Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins' homage to all the great sounds of the ‘80s – and a pulsating plot that’ll make you laugh, cry, and punch the air shouting ‘Go Eugenius!’.

It’s a show where geeks rule, dreams do come true, and everyone finds the superhero inside themselves – you’ve just gotta know where to look.

And now it returns for a new, must-see short run before it takes off and conquers the Universe! (‘Can’t praise it enough!’, said a fan, although we say it’s always worth trying.)

Eugenius! - The Eunique New Musical reviews

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03 Feb
Christian Durham

Review: EUGENIUS at The Other Palace

by Christian Durham | Saturday, February 3 2018, 14:59

Eugenius! - The Eunique New Musical In the programme notes of EUGENIUS, Andrew Lloyd Webber states that he wants The Other Palace to be a ‘space where writers and producers can try out and refine their work’. By taking away the need for big sets and automation, the focus can be on ‘the writing of the show itself’. EUGENIUS seems the perfect example of this ethos. After a rather confusing and troubled workshop in 2016, Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins have taken the time to crystalise their vision and clarify the story of this quirky American 80’s Geek-fest.

Review: EUGENIUS at The Other Palace