Magic of Musicality

St George's Theatre, Yarmouth

St George's Theatre, Yarmouth

Anyone seeking a good night out in Yarmouth should go to St George's Theatre where the Magic of Musicality, part of the summer season at the venue, is amazing in its polished professionalism.

The fast-moving show is packed with slick song-and-dance routines. The verve and exuberance of the young cast, even in the heatwave, is truly infectious.

Almost impeccable in their present-ation, the cast delivered a captivating variety of musical numbers ranging from their well chosen opening number Let Me Entertain You to the finale We Will Rock You.

Grease, one of my favourites, was the signal for an effervescent explosion of talent while there were special jazzy, sparkly effects for Bring It On.

In contrast, there were some reflective, moving solos such as Mr Cellophane and the poignant Who Knows What Tomorrow Brings.

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The second act opened with that steamy number Chicago followed by the exciting Copacabana. Blood Brothers added an imaginative touch and the Rat Pack was an evocation of those heady Frank Sinatra days.

An excerpt from my favourite show, Riverdance, was also splendidly executed and in Footloose there was a splendid tap dance routine by Daniel Jermy and Adam Walsh and others.

The review would not be complete without the mention of the lovely six year old girl who captured everyone's hearts at her every appearance on stage. The director of the triumphant production is her mother Jo Prescott.

t The show continues every Tuesday at 7.45pm until the end of August.

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