Mandy Patinkin - Live in Concert (West End)
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Mandy Patinkin - Live in Concert (West End)
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Mandy Patinkin - Live in Concert (West End) London Reviews and Tickets

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(7 Ratings)
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Delightful, Absorbing, Exquisite, Entertaining, Great acting

About the Show

Tony Award-winner Mandy Patinkin's solo musical concert celebrating the power of music.

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228 Reviews | 42 Followers
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Exquisite, Masterful, Great writing, Great singing, Great acting

See it if a masterclass in story telling with beautiful stories and an array of music

Don't see it if your not into solo shows

3 Reviews | 0 Followers
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Enchanting, Entertaining, Delightful, Absorbing

See it if You want to be charmed and entertained by song, stories and laughter.

Don't see it if If one man, his friend and a piano is not what you are after.

Critic Reviews (4)

London Theatre
November 10th, 2023

“Throughout, Patinkin is accompanied by the extraordinary pianist Adam Ben-David – although the potency of their collaboration is such that it’s more like a duet. I’ve rarely heard such sensitive and comprehensive accompaniment. Patinkin himself is a beguiling mix of skilful and silly, a supreme performer and a shambolic one. His voice is like a lightning bolt, utterly thrilling”
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All That Dazzles (UK)
November 9th, 2023

"This timeless show was special to witness, leaving me with a sense of joy that is a true testament to the power of theatre."
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The Telegraph (UK)
November 8th, 2023

"In an evening light on but not entirely lacking in politics, a poignant rendition of Somewhere over the Rainbow sung in Yiddish is a highlight. What a talent. What a tonic. "
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The Times (UK)
November 8th, 2023

“...a tale of a father pining for his estranged son to which Patinkin gave his all, capturing the tragedy of the ages in his cracking vibrato against simple backing by the pianist Adam Ben-David. This is what Patinkin did best, reduce a song to its emotional essence.”
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