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Anyone seen 'Wicked' in London?

(19 Posts)
Love2bake Sat 21-Jun-08 18:14:38

Any good?

MissingMyHeels Sat 21-Jun-08 18:16:44

Fabulous - I love it, been a few times.

MaryAnnSingleton Sat 21-Jun-08 18:17:42

no, but they rave about it on BBC Radio London

myalias Sat 21-Jun-08 19:25:01

Went to see it last week and it's the best musical I've ever seen. The music, acting and special effects are superb. My seats were £60 and worth every penny.

FluffyMummy123 Sat 21-Jun-08 19:25:22

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shinyshoes Sat 21-Jun-08 19:27:39

took my eldest to see this last saturday for his birthday.

It was really good. DS said it was 'wicked' and hubby said it was brilliant. I'm sticking with very good grin.

I much preffered Lion King.

Kitsilano Sat 21-Jun-08 19:33:17

Fantastic

smittenkitten Sat 21-Jun-08 19:37:07

went a few weeks ago. reminded me how good live theatre can be! I think the quality of the songs varies but there are some stand outs and the people we saw were amazing - hair stood up on th back of my neck!

2point4kids Sat 21-Jun-08 19:41:28

Brilliant. My second fave show I have seen (Chicago was first!)

Love2bake Sun 22-Jun-08 09:44:23

Sounds like I need to get some tickets! smile

Lola234 Fri 25-Jul-08 14:53:56

sounds great, where can i get really good seats for cheap prices?

Gobbledigook Fri 25-Jul-08 14:54:33

Yes I have - twice - it is absolutely fantastic and I play the CD in my car all the time!

I would go again like a shot.

Gobbledigook Fri 25-Jul-08 14:55:41

Although Kerry Ellis is leaving in July - not sure waht date - she is amazing as Elphaba. I don't know who is taking over.

Diane Pilkington is fabbo as Galinda/Glinda too.

narkymum Sun 03-Aug-08 20:09:47

I went last night and I loved it.

Aarrgghh Sun 03-Aug-08 20:12:55

I love it - my friend was in the chorus and she has just got the lead in Grease!

Defying Gravity is one of my favourite songs from any musical....

franch Sat 09-Aug-08 13:35:03

What age kids would it be suitable for? DD1 (a precocious 4.5y) is a Wizard of Oz addict - would it be over her head/too scary?

christywhisty Thu 14-Aug-08 00:55:40

The recommended age limit is 8 plus. It's not really aimed at children so would probably be over her head. My dcs were just 9 and 11 when we saw it 2 years ago and they loved it. My DD was obsessed with it for months afterwards. DH wants to see it again.

MrsBates Thu 14-Aug-08 01:28:26

Love it. DD soon to be 5 wants to go. Knows the whole soundtrack and is obsessed with Elphaba. Can't remember how explicit the first bit is - the conception of Elphaba bit. Defying Gravity - ooh spine tingler.

TheDevilWearsPrimark Thu 14-Aug-08 01:44:37

It's really fab. My second favourite too.

My first favourite is The Producers. It was so good.

I loved Chicago too but I was extremely drunk (we went on a whim, mid afternoon piss up) and have seen the films too many times.

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