I have a sneaking suspicion that the critics are going to hate this. A borrowed plot that we've seen many times before, nothing much new in the way of staging. It just sounds "nice" with the novelty of having a young enthusiastic cast.... but that didn't save "Spring Awakening" which had so much more going for it. As you average reviewer is certainly not in their target audience, they'll compare it to what they know: Rent and Grease. Up against these two it just looks like a happy Italia Conti end of year show with low production values, no subtext, and no reason to see it over anything else in the west end. I'm sure they'll applaud the passion of the young cast in delivering it, and the "catchyness" of some of the tunes (although all pretty similar), but the only real positive attribute is that there's nothing else out there like it, unless you catch Grease on tour.... or your local panto.