Venue: C venues - C soco
14 August 2011 WOS Rating: If you’re looking for a show with a talented cast and a collection of catchy, amusing songs, look no further than Homemade Fusion.
Billed as a musical, the Kooman and Dimond show is more like a revue, or concert, allowing audiences a brief insight (one song, no dialogue) into the lives of different characters.
There is no story as such, but the performances are engaging and the songs entertaining, and the basic message seems to be that you should face your fear and reveal how you feel, even if those feelings are for a chocolate bar!
Congratulations to the cast for carrying on without one of their members, and well done to
Jamie Noar and Fred Ward for covering – I’m sure the audience wouldn’t have known the show was down one actor if it hadn’t been advertised on the programme, such was the quality of the performances.
- Julie McNicholls
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