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Rocky Horror Show

“Give yourself over to absolute pleasure” declares the tantalising Dr Frank’N’Furter – and Edinburgh was ready to involve themselves in Richard O’Brien’s camp cult classic. This show is still filling up theatre seats with freaks and geeks. We follow the newly betrothed, all-American Brad Majors (James Darch) and Janet Weiss (Joanne Clifton) travelling to visit their college professor Dr Scott (Ross Chisari) when a flat tyre forces them towards the light of a nearby castle to seek assistance. Greeted by Riff Raff (Kristian Lavercombe), it’s an evening they’ll never forget as they encounter weird residents Magenta (Laura Harrison), Columbia (Miracle Chance) and guests who are gathered to celeb

Illegal Eagles

The Illegal Eagles have been performing together for many years proving their talent. They can do a fantastic achievement of, letting us here a professional cover of the music from the Eagles. The band consists of Phil Aldridge, Keith Atack, Al Vosper, Trevor Newnham, Garreth Hicklin and Greg Webb. This show at the Edinburgh Playhouse was the start of their 22 venues they will be performing at. The show began with their rendition of “Take It Easy” which enabled the audience to agree they were here to listen and enjoy very good covers of the American Legends. After numerous songs we all know and love from most of the band, we were given stories about Glenn Frey and Don Henley’s writing skills

King and I - Edinburgh Playhouse - Review

We all remember the film the King and I with the music from Rodgers and Hammerstein, where this week we are given a chance to recall the stage version at the Edinburgh Playhouse.We are prepared to be transported to Siam where the King is fearful of being thought barbaric, and engages an English teacher to educate his many wives and numerous children. Anneleene Beechey plays Anna the schoolteacher who dares to stand up to the monarch, and it is easy to see why the production has been acclaimed on Broadway with a Tony and at the London Palladium where it was a sell-out success. Beechey’s perfect voice opens the show and her performance was fantastic. This will continue touring for at least ma

Mama Mia 20th Anniversary Tour - Edinburgh Playhouse

Mamma Mia The Musical has arrived in Edinburgh for a ten-day run at the Edinburgh Playhouse. This has become now a world’s favourite party shows. The musical was adapted by two members of the Swedish pop superstar group ABBA – Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus. I have always felt that you never have to be a massive fan of Abba music to head out for a sing along and a possible dance. Even if you have never seen the film or musical before, I always feel this is very entertaining. It is always obvious that the audience are there to enjoy themselves when you see very decorative costumes. The show begins with 20-year-old Sophie Sheridan – played by Emma Mullen – preparing for her wedding on a Gre

On Your Feet **** (4 stars)

The story of Emilio & Gloria Estefan has come to the stage with an electric performance in On Your Feet all this week. What a journey it was too from Cuba to Miami to the world as the struggles with family and record companies got in the way before worldwide crossover to mainstream and the acclaim they richly deserved. Directed by two-time Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell the show firstly is the love story of Emilio and Gloria and the family with her controlling mother played by Laura Friedrich Tejero and sister Rebecca (Francesca Lara Gordon). Gloria then convinces Emilio that her talents need to be in his boy band and so forming the Miami Sound Machine. Philippa Stefani as Gloria was wo