Come Rain or Come Shine is a faithful adaptation of a rather boring short story by Nobel laureate Kazuo Ishiguro about a group of 3 not particularly nice or interesting individuals and an awful lot more about a purple notebook accidently left on a kitchen table.
NICA’s (National Institute of Circus Arts) current graduating class spent most of their three-year degree in lockdown. Chances to hone performing skills in front of live audiences were few and far between. Luckily, they now have Eclipse, a full-length ensemble production showcasing all 12 of the budding artists.
While the musical is jam packed with the finest and most fabulous 90s hits and the cast are phenomenal, the content simply does not stand the test of time.
In one of the most wholesome nights at the theatre possible, Cinderella incorporates all the sweetness and silliness of pantomime with the technical prowess (and budget) of a power-house musical production.