Category: Musical

Edinburgh Review: Buzz

Edinburgh Review: Buzz

Buzz has a Legally Blonde flair, albeit with a more adult theme than going to law school to win back your man, before realising you’re better than him. Self-confidence and feminism are still the main messages to come out of the show, but it’s more a case of not needing man’s little friend when you’ve got your own bigger, battery operated version. Main protagonist Angie (Allie Munro) starts by getting dumped, ends by chucking ex-boyfriend Mark (George Lock) to the kerb in favour of her very own Anne Summers. It may sound cheesy – in many ways it is – but the feel-good, love yourself factor is what makes Buzz so pleasurable.

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Edinburgh Review: Unravelled

Edinburgh Review: Unravelled

Jess Robinson does impressions, mainly of women, but not exclusively – she has a man lever to change her voice down an octave. Unravelled opens with Jess literally doing “I’m Every Woman” – Lily Allen, Shakira, Britney Spears and more, all to varying levels of success. The whole show continues in a similar vein, some impressions on the money and others off the mark.

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News: The cast baring all this year to Make A Difference

News: The cast baring all this year to Make A Difference

For more information on West End Bares, see the accompanying news article.


Now in its eighth year as the West End’s hottest annual fundraiser, join the cast of West End Bares as they strip off to see the Wizard in West End Bares: Ruby Strippers at The Novello Theatre.

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