Last year’s show was so hysterically funny and in a more intimate venue the following show had a lot to live up to.
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Sarah Ruhl recreates a peculiar period in the early history of psychotherapy.
Elegantly clad in a black full length, cut-away shouldered number Cathrine Summers was accompanied by the excellent Alastair Peel on keyboards and the clever pianist Ben Matthews.
Omigod you guys – if this isn’t the best feel good musical of the year, I don’t know what is!
Sensational hardly begins to describe this talented trio who combine the smoothest of melded voices, killer solos and extraordinarily clever arrangements.
Despite the rather fearsome photo accompanying the media release, Ratzke presented an elegant figure onstage.
This is ensemble work of the highest order.
Jones opened in a familiar vein, taking an old standard and utilising his marvellous voice to play havoc with the timing of the music and the lyrics. Just in Time was a lovely salute to a past era.
Performed in-the-round, by marvellously talented Luke Hewitt, Every Brilliant Thing is a work of...
White’s ingenuous charm held the audience spellbound for a set lasting just over an hour.
The capacity audience at Downstairs at the Maj certainly got their money’s worth on Thursday night.