by W.S. GILBERT AND ARTHUR SULLIVAN
The zippiest, wittiest, and cleverest version of a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta… brilliantly inventive
If the ENO Chorus in Mike Leigh’s forthcoming production handle it half as well as this team, they’ll have earned their laurels again
The Arts Desk
Brilliant! The ENO will have to mount a fairly daring raid to beat this. Triumphant!
A sheer joy, theatre at its best, in all its glorious comedy and joy… perfection.
Hilarious. Just hilarious! Ensemble harmonies that could out-perform a Welsh male voice choir.
Magnificent… hilarious and classy, the falsetto singing and music is staggeringly good. It is new, it is fresh, it is slick, stylish and a sheer delight, and is sure to cheer all ages.
Astonishing….Whether you are a lifelong G and S fan or a newcomer to the Savoy Operas, see this production if you possibly can. Spleniferous!
Fine Times Recorder
Simply beyond superb… a production unlikely to be bettered
Immaculately well sung and wittily staged
SARDINES REVIEW – CAMBRIDGE
A show that is as finely sung as it is acted.
Two hours of uncompromising, uncomplicated and ultimately satisfying fun. pure entertainment.
A YOUNGER THEATRE
As enjoyable to watch as any lavish West End show. Highly recommended.
THE BLOG OF THEATRE THINGS
Outstanding choreography throughout, full of energy, joie de vivre and hilarity.
A success of mammoth proportions, this sublime reinvention remains true to its original characters with a conviction and respect that is enchanting.
WEST END WILMA
Passionate and energized, full of guts and glamour. Excellent.
A highly comical and entertaining show.
LONDON THEATRE 1
A constantly moving tour-de-force from a cast with a vocal capacity that seemed almost superhuman.