Shrek The Musical Reviews
Description:Shrek The Musical live at Theatre Royal / Drury Lane / Catherine Street / London, WC2B 5JF.
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Customer Shrek The Musical Reviews (3)
by - written on 21/03/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
After seeing the adverts for the Shrek Musical I couldn't wait to get tickets! Me and my boyfriend had loved all the Shrek movies and figured the musical couldn't go far wrong. We purchased tickets from lastminute.com for £25 each with seats in the balcony. We would have preferred better seats but £25 was more in our budget. We had seen some very good reviews for the show and a performance of it on the X-Factor and it did look really good. We were a bit wary of the casting of Amanda Holden as we only really saw her as a talent show judge, but the rest of the case looked great. Musical Information The 'Shrek' Musical is performed at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/12/11 (Useful, 20 readings)
I went to see Shrek the Musical at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane just last week, and must admit I was disappointed. The musical had hardly been adapted for stage at all, and was really just a copy of the film. It had the same jokes and pretty much the same script. The songs were repetitive and in my opinion, quite boring. There were a few scenes that were actually very good - Lord Farquar was nothing short of hilarious, though this was due to the actor playing the part rather than anything amazing going on with the script. The dragon was also something spectacular to behold and the voice behind it was excellent! Unfortunately though scenes with these two characters ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/09/11 (Very useful, 127 readings)
During my latest visit to London I knew that I wanted to take my son to the West End to see a show as I felt he was old enough to appreciate it and to take note of what was going on at six years old. As we needed to see a show on a Monday night we were quite limited on what we could see as many shows don't show on a Sunday or Monday night but luckily for us the show Shrek was showing and my son, my sister and I were all keen on seeing it. ==Booking tickets== Ordinarily I would book tickets for a show when I got to London using the tkts booth in Leicester Square but as this was a new show I was concerned that they may not be selling the tickets or ... Read the complete review
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