Bring It On London Reviews and Tickets

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(3 Reviews)
Positive
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Mixed
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Great singing, Entertaining, Great writing, Delightful, Refreshing

Lin Manuel-Miranda's musical takes on the world of competitive cheerleading.

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23 Reviews | 0 Followers
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Great dancing, Great singing, Funny

See it if Really great dancing, just absolutely phenomenal

Don't see it if You like a high quality musical, it’s pretty low budget, songs don’t seem like LMM, they’re not catchy and it’s a pretty boring show

14 Reviews | 0 Followers
85
Entertaining, Refreshing, Great writing, Great singing

See it if You love anything by LMM and are a fan of exciting choreography

Don't see it if You find American high school stories cliche

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85
Intelligent, Great writing, Delightful, Entertaining, Great singing

See it if A pity this closed as it was very enjoyable. The cheerleading routines were excellent. An interesting story line too

Don't see it if The Fake American accents are a little annoying

Critic Reviews (4)

WhatsOnStage
December 15th, 2021

The show therefore hits its stride during its athletic, punchy choreography, finding less sturdy ground on Whitty's uneven book. Thankfully, there are enough high-octane experiences to keep the whole thing buzzing along with respectable pace.
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London Theatre
December 15th, 2021

Forget festive cheer this winter, Bring It On puts cheer sport firmly on London’s map, and I defy anyone to leave Bring It On without a big smile.
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The Guardian (UK)
December 14th, 2021

While the film explored issues of cultural appropriation, the musical smartly considers prejudice, privilege and white saviour syndrome and also honours the joy of dance for dance’s sake without the element of competition.
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The Stage (UK)
December 17th, 2021

The production’s greatest asset is Fabian Aloise’s flawless choreography, and although all the big stunts are saved for the end, they are well worth the wait.
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