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Madagascar: The Musical – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Book: Kevin Del Aguila Music and Lyrics: George Noriega & Joel Someillan Director: Kirk Jameson Choreographer: Fabian Aloise Designer: Tom Rogers Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys Madagascar, the much-loved, 2005 Dreamworks’ movie returns to Glasgow in its musical form, just in time to catch the school holiday crowd. Our familiar friends from New York’s Central Park Zoo: Alex, ‘the king of the ...

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Little Miss Sunshine: A Road Musical – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Book: James Lapine Music and Lyrics: William Finn Director: Mehmet Ergen Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys The epitome of dysfunctional, the Hoover family travel 800 miles from Albuquerque, New Mexico in grandpa’s beaten up VW camper van to the Little Miss Sunshine pageant in Redondo Beach, California, so the youngest member of the clan, the unlikely Olive, can compete. So goes William ...

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Amélie The Musical – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Book: Craig Lucas Music: Danie Messé Lyrics: Nathan Tysen & Daniel Messé Reviewer: Dominic Corr The awkward daughter of a neurotic and a germophobe (we’ve all been there), Amélie is as socially fragile as she is dedicated to helping others. In the aftermath of Princess Diana’s death, Amélie has a revelation – to help flicker the light of the world ...

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Avenue Q – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Writer: Jeff Whitts Music: Robert Lopez & Jeff Marx Reviewer: Caitlin Scollin Both outrageous and uplifting, Avenue Q tells the story of Princeton (Lawrence Smith), a puppet straight out of college without money or a job. He finds himself in New York in search of a purpose. In doing so he meets a cast of vibrant characters, such as the ...

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American Idiot – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Music and Lyrics: Green Day and Billie Joe Armstrong Director and Choreographer: Racky Plews Designer: Sara Perks Lighting Designer: Tim Deiling Sound Designer: Chris Whybrow Musical Supervisor: Richard Morris Reviewer: Molly Knox American Idiot at the King’s Theatre is still a riotous musical full of flare and emotion, ten years on from the show’s creation. This show heaves the audience ...

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Abigail’s Party – King’s Theatre, Edinburgh

Writer: Mike Leigh Designer: Janet Bird Director: Sarah Esdaile Reviewer: Gareth Davies Mike Leigh’s classic piece of retro social satire made a star of its original lead actress and remains one of the writer-director’s best known and most recognised works. So ingrained are its late-seventies social symbols and pop culture references that it’s all but impossible to remember that these ...

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Annie – King’s Theatre, Glasgow

Book: Thomas Meehan Music: Charles Strouse Lyrics: Martin Charnin Director: Nikolai Foster Reviewer: Molly Knox Annie at the King’s Theatre presents a dynamic, sharp and vibrant production of a beloved story of a plucky orphan’s resolve and hope in finding her parents, in the face of greed, spite and bitterness. Director Nikolai Foster’s vision of the show is a similar ...

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