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This was my 2nd time seeing Wicked, and my wife's 3rd time, but we had seen it only back home in the states. The performance was the best we had ever seen. The vocals were fantastic, especially the closing numbers. If you want to see...More
I have lost count how many times I have seen this show live it has to be in double digits. I love everything about it. I cannot wait until I can get to go again. It's right by Victoria tube station easily accessed.
My family and I love the theatre. My youngest son was an actor in middle school and high school and did some work outside of school. So we love the theatre and have been blessed enough to have seen several musicals and plays here in...More
I’ve seen this before and wasn’t too impressed but this time it was amazing. I think to appreciate it you need seats higher up so can see all the effects!
The theatre itself is really excellent, quite modern inside and ample leg room even in...More
...This was a family day out..great for all ages..sets and costumes were fantastic.. Different spin on the wizard of oz story..couple of songs went on a bit too long and got boring, but the rest made up for it...really enjoyable..
It was worth every penny and is now at the top of my favourites. Congratulations.
It is indeed a very good show.
As a tip, the theater is not as big as Albert Hall so no need to worry in not seeing the stage.
Just saw Wicked on a weekend jaunt to London! Absolutely must-see show! Travelled by train to Victoria Station. So easy to access. The exit is just across the road from the theatre. We sat at the back of the first section in the stalls. Not...More
What a huge disappointment. Loud, screechy and dull. The set was well done but tunes and script were a confusion of shrieking and caterwauling. I spent the first 20 minutes grimacing from the pain in my ears and then could take no more.. we left...More
this review is written after my second time here.
First time was a 5 star experience. It was years ago but i remember the seats being really comfortable and the show was great!
Second time was not as good and i was constantly comparing it...More
Time spent in Pimlico is a slower-paced affair than most other Central London neighbourhoods. This largely residential area orderly arranged beside the Thames, is a treasure trove of quaint pubs, subtle architectural charms and local boutiques. Here, art lovers thrill at the chance to visit the world class Tate Britain gallery for its collection of British art from the 1500s to the present. For peace and quiet and
some downtime spent along the Thames, Pimlico is highly recommended.
I visited on a day when it was 33 degrees celsius outside, the theatre did not have built in air conditioning, but there were large portable units used along the rear of the stalls and adjacent to the bars and toilets near... More
I visited on a day when it was 33 degrees celsius outside, the theatre did not have built in air conditioning, but there were large portable units used along the rear of the stalls and adjacent to the bars and toilets near the stalls.
I cannot comment on the dress and upper circle as I did not venture up there.
However, the temp was most bearable down in the stalls, and the noise was minimal, certainly not obtrusive