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Whistle down the wind
Whistle Down The Wind
Member Name: catawall
Whistle Down The Wind
Date: 01/07/00, updated on 02/12/00 (134 review reads)
Advantages: Very entertaining
Disadvantages: A long walk from the tube
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On watching this show for the second time, I still think is is a brilliant show, the special effects are spectacular & the story very clear.
I recently went to see this Andrew Lloyd Webber show at the Ayldwich Theatre. I bought the tickets via a special offer from lastminute.com, the seats cost £23.50 which was half price reduced from £37.00, the seats were in the stalls & the best seats in the house.
I was familar with the story having watched the film version starring Hayley Mills, the songs were familar too as the title song was released by Boyzone. The show was absolutly brilliant there were no major stars in in but the acting/singing was superb.
The stage had a roof that went up & down at times forming two different stages in use at the same time. At one point in the story a train came shooting across the stage seemingly about to run through the auditorium it made the whole audience gasp.
there was also a fire, the special effects were fantastic.
There are a large number of children appearing in the show aged from 8 upwards, they were extremely profesional, this show has something for everyone, men as well as women.This was one of the best shows I have seen & would have been worth paying full price for.
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