Great singing and great dances from the 1934 broadway. If you are a fan of Mama Mia, 42nd street or Chicago, this is the show for you but better.
It was my first time to watch a show in Barbican theatre. This venue amazed me by the grand theathe setting and comfort seats. What’s more extraordinary is the great show from the performers.
The songs are great, but the singings are better. Between the singings there are amazing dances: waltz, tap dance and all sorts of other dances. There is not a moment where it does not catch your eye.
I would totally recommend it. It was a feast for my ears and eyes. The story is funny, romantic and shallow. But who needs a deep thoughtful story when you have so much in their performance.