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I couldn't possibly choose.
NB I've never seen Phantom.
but probably Les Mis. Oh no, the sound of music. No, les Mis.
Serves him right.
if he wanted to get out of jury service
Answer me yes.
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2 and a half hours of HELL.
Priscilla was wonderful.
I love cheese. I love glitter. I love campness. I love songs. In theory, I should love that but I didn't, I hated it.
But was completely satisfied with it.
But it ends NYE. My gf is going to the last show. She's already seen it 4 times. I've seen it twice.
The costumes are done by the same person who did the film. The way they've put it on stage is incredible. The La Triviata bit is fucking amazing
lion king was good
the buddy holly one too.
Particularly when someone puts some SHOES on a TABLE, and the narrator goes into this Meatloaf style mega song about new Shooooooooooooooooooes! OntheTABLE!!!
(as a 14 year old being taken by school to watch something, we had a right laugh)
Royter hatfood ('~')----------------------> Record low
sequel to Charlie and the Glass Elevator
Tim Rice's Lyrics Lift
Double bill in Jan anyone?
I'm all up for a bit of power ballading (being a fan of ULTIMATEPOWER, of course) but this looks pretty gash.
It's been made into a film with TOM CRUISE in
He's already about to ruin jack reacher for me :'(
almost everything that seems to show there is either shit and/or doesn't last long. Though no idea how well this one is doing.
In the year I was there I reckon about 7 shows came and went.
or at least it was in New York
Well, as much as any musical is I suppose. I didn't pay to go, just for the record.
Now she does social work. We get no free tickets.
DAMN YOU SOCIETY
You need to take a look in the mirror and ask yourself why you didn't lay your pimp hand on her when she decided to change jobs.
i hear belle and sebastians best album is tigermilk. is that correct.
that's them, right?
a cursory glance at their wikipedia page confirms my assumption, I am pleased to say.
are all superb. The rest I can take or leave, especially anything by twatting Lloyd Webber.
London Road at the National Theatre this year was probably the single best musical I've ever seen, though, er, not really the stuff of West End wonderment.
Not usually a fan of musical theatre as a rule, but this one’s meant to be excellent.
Starlight Express - childhood favourite
Lion King - astounding sets and costumes
Spamalot - ace, obviously
Fame - lame
Les Mis - bored the tits clean off me.
So favourite would be Starlight Express.
I'm planning to take the family to see Jersey Boys - have heard great things.
If there was some out of my league 'tang involved and it was a dealbreaker, then i'd have to take my radio and listen to SPORT on 5live via one earphone. LAD.
Just not a fan of fat birds yelping and camp chaps running around flinging their arms around, really.