Wednesday, 15 June 2016

REVIEW: Guys and Dolls at MK Theatre

Guys and Dolls at Milton Keynes Theatre


Guys and Dolls first premiered on Broadway in 1950 and captured the optimism and energy of post-WWII America.This show set in the 1950’s will appeal mostly to an older audience. 

Featuring some of Broadway’s greatest songs including Luck Be A Lady and Sit Down You’re Rockin’ The Boat, it’s a fun, feel-good show with an all-star cast including Richard Fleeshman (Coronation Street, Midsomer Murders and Call the Midwife), Maxwell Caulfield (Emmerdale, Casualty and Grease 2), Louise Dearman (Wicked) and Anna O’Bryne (Love Never Dies), this was a fantastic production.

The costumes were realistic and reflected the era well, as did the dancing, which was very well choreographed. The set was sumptuous and atmospheric particularly during the Havana scene where the rhumba was the order of the day.

The show has a large cast of talented dancers and singers with the most amazing buzzing energy to be seen on stage. It's a dazzling show that it would be a shame to miss.

Tickets still available.
Running from: Tue 14th – Sat 18th June
Tickets: visit or call 0844 871 7652.

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