Valid on all performances until 27 Oct.
What to expect:Acting
Recommended for:Anyone (0%)
This was sold as a musical. When we arrived we noticed the orchestra on stage so realised, with many others, that no musical will be performed. Although the show was not spectacular, it was a good experience, in terms of music, acting and story. Our child age 8 did just about understand humour. However, I do not recommend this show to younger children. Although I did enjoy the experience, I felt the tickets were sold as a musical, which was not the case...Probably overpriced.
Reviewed on 26 October 2015 by John, New Eltham, United Kingdom
by Isabella James | Saturday, July 27 2019, 18:15
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by Phil Willmott | Tuesday, December 6 2016, 13:04
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