See it if you like the film & disco Follows plot line, oozes attitude, fantastic ensemble/solo dancing! BeeGee tribute sing the songs. Nostalgia!
Don't see it if Contains bad language & suggestions of gang violence.
See it if Loved the original at the Palladium but found this version disappointing. Gone is the excitement and the clever choreography
Don't see it if The actors didn’t actually sing much, a group of 3 BeeGee look-a-likes sang separately
See it if You enjoy the film You like 70s disco You like the BeeGees
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy 70s genre music
See it if You love disco, the Bee Gees, flawless dancing, incredible vocals, a classic romantic story and a hilarious script; plus unparalleled talent
Don't see it if You don’t enjoy singing, dancing, disco lights or American humour.
See it if The music was brilliantly and toe tapping shoe for definite. Was a great night out, you came out of the show buzzing
Don't see it if Don’t be blown away by the story line
See it if You love a disco and great dance routines!
Don't see it if You want a more serious show, this production is more disco dance sensation than story heavy.
See it if You absolutely love the BeeGees, 70s era disco dancing. The lighting, set and the dancing in this show were absolutely incredible!!
Don't see it if You prefer shows that are more plot heavy as well as the characters actually singing rather than the BeeGees performing on a higher podium Read more
See it if The music was nostalgic the dancing was fantastic most of all the way the Bee Gees were present was sooo cleverly thought out.
Don't see it if If you get offended by flares don’t go 😃
If you have fond memories of the film, this show is always going to come off second best. But the best of the music still gives it the edge over that other portrait of life on the wrong side of the tracks, the all-conquering Jersey Boys.
The ensemble numbers are pin-sharp, funky and exciting, and the disco scenes feel immersive thanks to the colourful lights dancing out into the audience via multiple disco balls...Funky and heartfelt entertainment.
The result is a tremendously entertaining show paying due fidelity to its source, both in content and attitude, and proffering great performances of hit after hit...On its own terms (and there’s no other way to take a jukebox musical), Saturday Night Fever feels the heat and sets pulses racing.
All the iconic elements from the 1977 film are in place in Bill Kenwright’s big-hearted production, as well as a few extras: more songs, more dancing and a Bee Gees band performing live on stage.
As a musical, Saturday Night Fever is confused. It is unsure whether it wants its characters to sing the fantastic disco tunes or just be soundtracked by them, so has a mixture...For a show which should be known for its high energy dance numbers, sadly Bill Deamer's choreography is unimaginative and repetitive.
Saturday Night Fever’s strength lies in its music and choreography. It’s fun, energetic and will be entertaining to fans of the film and the Bee Gees. But beyond the gleam of the disco ball, crisp vocals and dizzying choreography, it’s an emotionally flat and dramatically underpowered experience.