The staging and costumes are stunning, with the colours and fabrics perfectly reflecting the magical dwellers of the sea and the hard solid land. Absolutely transporting the audience to the ethereal reflective underwater world.
Adapted from the original Monthy Python and the Holy Grail film that is considered to be one of the best Monty Python films, Spamalot really captures the spirit of the original film and the sheer madness of the plot and humour that goes down a treat with audiences.
Based on the hit 2001 film and Amanda Brown’s novel, Legally Blonde is light, fluffy entertainment with a warm heart. If there is a show that is guaranteed to lift the spirits, then Legally Blonde is certainly the musical to do that – with plenty of fun and enthusiasm.
From the outset it was exactly what I expected: cheesy but fun. There’s no getting around the fact that its a childish show but what they’ve done really well with this production is really play on that childish humour.
Joe McElderry as Joseph has plenty of charm and stage presence – particularly during his heartfelt and poignant performance of ‘Close Every Door’. His enthusiasm and joy really bursts through in every scene.