Falsettos London Reviews and Tickets

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Edgy, Entertaining, Great singing, Dated

About the Show

A revival of the award-winning musical about family and relationships set during the AIDs crisis.

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Great singing, Edgy, Dated, Entertaining

See it if You’re not bothered about enjoyable music and can cope with a confusing story.

Don't see it if You want enjoyable music with great sets and story.

Critic Reviews (7)

The Stage (UK)
September 6th, 2019

It’s high-spirited, up front and out there. Unfortunately...Tara Overfield-Wilkinson sets that as the abiding tone in an over-deliberate production that tries so hard to please that it’s enervating to watch.'
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The Times (UK)
September 6th, 2019

complex tapestries of melody feel utterly natural...Falsettos grips and stimulates rather than devastates, perhaps because the knowingly busy writing also has a needlessly busy set that competes for our attention.'
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The Arts Desk
September 6th, 2019

Affecting search for the new normal...This ambitious musical tackles the changing forms of family, romance and faith.'
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Time Out London
September 6th, 2019

This beautifully sung production is a reminder that ‘Falsettos’ deserves to be better known; its knotty, prophetic explorations of queer family shine out, even in a production that’s (metaphorically, not literally) a little off-key.'
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WhatsOnStage
September 6th, 2019

...staged with an intelligence and theatrical flair...This is a musical treat for grown-ups. Emotionally rich, theatrically satisfying and altogether, yes, extraordinary.'
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The Telegraph (UK)
September 6th, 2019

Jewface-controversy musical has flashes of wit but too many songs...The piece is choppy and uneven, betraying its origins as three individual one-act musicals, but everything comes into much sharper focus after the interval.'
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The London Evening Standard
September 5th, 2019

...on the whole this is an intelligent, subversive musical that feels like a neglected gem. The cast expertly tread the fine line between comedy and pathos...'
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