Lyndsey Winship

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Reviews (10)
The Guardian (UK)

Nikolai Foster’s production is brightly entertaining and blasts out room-filling energy. But there’s little draw in the central love story as Danny and Sandy barely have anything to do with each other. Individually, Olivia Moore as Sandy delivers a show-stopping Hopelessly Devoted to You, and Dan Partridge’s Danny nails that jumpy swagger that Travolta did so well. Full Review

The Guardian (UK)

The show loses shape in a way that leaves the audience baffled. But the dancing – just hold on to that. To see bodies defy all ordinary limits ... that is something that needs no explanation. Full Review

The Guardian (UK)

Jersey Boys is a musical that efficiently delivers a cracking story and a seemingly endless catalogue of hit songs. Full Review

The Guardian (UK)

for a previous production Director Marshall keeps a tight ship, as it were, the neat set-ups and unnecessary complications of the plot weightlessly executed. Anything Goes revels in how ridiculous it is, and the audience does too. This is one to get drunk on, hangover-free. Full Review

The Guardian (UK)

for a previous production This is a self-congratulatory show that’s perhaps not always as funny as it thinks it is...but it is a positive, celebratory fashionista extravaganza that’s a lot of fun.' Full Review

The Guardian (UK)

Bourne’s choreographic style is a pick’n’mix: a bit of ballet, a bit of folky footwork, mime, quirky social dances and exaggerated shapes of his own making, with all sorts of witty references. Full Review

Indecent Proposal
Elephant and Castle
The Guardian (UK)

The subject matter is fascinating ... Dylan Schlosberg’s music rarely makes us feel something beyond the words. Tonally it jars. Full Review

The Guardian (UK)

The show may be resting slightly on its laurels for this return. There’s still plenty of charm, but it’s a little low on vim. Full Review

Circus 1903
Waterloo
The Guardian (UK)

for a previous production Christmas offering oozes old-school charm...In a culture of special effects, it is the moments of connection, creativity and wonder that matter.' Full Review

The Guardian (UK)

A show with no driving narrative could be hard to pull off...there may not be a huge amount of depth, but the winning warmth, charm and energy of the cast proves irresistible. Full Review