FringeReview UK 2020
The great discovery was the multi-roling Marcus Lovett, sexy and lethal, able to attack several roles and convince you he was born for them, even into them.
Nothing so convincing has been done with this legend. It deserves many revivals.
A thoroughly enjoyable period-style musical.
Easily the finest production we’ll get
A sovereign production, unlikely to be equalled for the foreseeable
A salutary reminder of how a great musical talent and collaboration started
One of the most fascinating dark-hued musicals Lloyd-Webber’s written
It’s a joyous confection out of thin lockdown.
The Albert Hall’s sovereign production, unlikely to be surpassed particularly with the special encore.
Phenomenal singing all round. A more than solid recommendation for that alone.