For a topic that promised fun this felt more like a strongly delivered lecture.
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Anyone who has a heart is going to love this biographical cabaret about English singer Cilla Black.
Having seen these performers previously I was keenly anticipating a hugely and ridiculously funny show. I was not disappointed.
An immersive oasis of calm, full of passionate connection to the ecosphere.
Winner of the Cabaret Award for last year’s Fringe, Limbo is a hot, sensual mix of cabaret, circus and acrobatics that entertains its audience from beginning to end.
This is a deeply introspective journey from Gadsby’s largely unhappy family, through school bullying, feelings of deep confusion, loneliness and depression touching on her slightly happier time completing a degree in Art History.
This was a charming interlude with Hooper’s nearest and dearest. Her husband, her children, her (hitherto untapped in-laws) and very amusing it was too.
Get ready for a toe-tapping, hand-clapping, disco inferno as you party with legendary diva Marcia Hines and a talented cast of eight vocal, dance and acrobatic stars.
The capacity audience at Downstairs at the Maj certainly got their money’s worth on Thursday night.
White’s ingenuous charm held the audience spellbound for a set lasting just over an hour.
This was a wow of a show.