RIDE - A New Musical (London)
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RIDE - A New Musical (London)

RIDE - A New Musical (London) London Reviews and Tickets

(3 Reviews)
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Great singing, Absorbing, Samey, Screechy, Quirky

About the Show

A new musical that charts one woman's radical act and the lies we tell to escape ourselves.

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68 Reviews | 7 Followers
Slow, Quirky, Great singing, Dated

See it if A new musical with some very good music and fantastic vocals.

Don't see it if I didn't think the second character worked too well. May have worked better as a one woman show.

62 Reviews | 2 Followers
Entertaining, Great singing, Absorbing

See it if you want to support a brilliant new musical, with some wonderfully catchy songs and an interesting story.

Don't see it if you find it difficult to be immersed in a show where 2 actors play a multitude of different characters, however fantastic they are!

11 Reviews | 0 Followers
Uneven, Screechy, Samey, Overlong, Imaginative

See it if ...there's a rewrite in town that's been hacked down again and re-arranged with a cast expansion.

Don't see it if It's the current 90-minuter no-interval two-hander. Unless it's cheap. Or you want to, of course.

Critic Reviews (4)

The Guardian (UK)
September 6th, 2022

"This is a soulful musical with its biggest asset in Andrusier, who is captivating to watch throughout. A glittering new musical star has surely been launched."
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September 1st, 2022

"This is a lovely, life-enhancing chamber musical, in a sublime production. Ms Smith and Mr Williams, I think your baby is beautiful!"
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The Stage (UK)
September 1st, 2022

" 'Ride' is a polished piece that shows much promise for the future of original British musical theatre."
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The Arts Desk
September 1st, 2022

"Three years is no gestation time at all for a new musical and this one can already walk and talk (and ride a bike) – there’s scope for more though, and then we might see Annie's remarkable life not just ride, but fly. "
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