If watched as asketch show this was very good, the singing was great, the acting very good and although slapstick, the humour did come through. However, it really didn't tie together. Go with managed expectations and you wont be disappointed. - Gayle
21 Aug 12
There really are no words as to how awful this show is. Particularly amusing is that, seemingly, there are no words as why people find it funny or witty either. If you'd like to spend two hours of your time waiting for the great show you expected, only to come to the terrible realisation that all you receive is utter gibberish, then by all means, splurge on this unbelievably bad production - my lasting thought after leaving? 'The Director is laughing at our expense'. - Sophie Gackowski
20 Aug 12
The audience performance I was at seemed to split between those (like me) who found it clever, absurd yet incredibly funny, and those who couldn't wait to leave (getting up before the actors had taken their bow).
I'm loving reading the various reviews from critics - the one from the FT is particularly sniffy :-) - neil
20 Aug 12
Right on the above reviewer, I totally agree but wouldn't have the wherewithall to try to explain it so well. It was a truly amazing show but left most of 'my'audience underwhelmed and confused. - coral
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