Review: Michael Jackson’s biggest hits in just two hours - you can’t Beat It
- Credit: Archant Norfolk
Crowds moonwalked into Norwich Theatre Royal for a spectacular celebration of one of the world's greatest entertainers.
Norwich Theatre Royal
Thriller Live has been seen by more than 2.5 million people in more than 26 countries as it takes its audience through the magic of Michael Jackson's 45-year musical history.
This two-hour bonanza of non-stop hits had everyone shimmying in their seats.
From pop and rock to soul and disco, this show made sure that it rocked with you throughout – paying a fitting tribute and homage to Jackson's legendary live performances.
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Innovative dance moves were executed with a flair that would have given Jackson a run for his money.
Rachel Adedeji took the audience through Jackson's early hits, while Tyrone Lee and Lascel Wood had the audience on its feet, and Jesse Smith pulled at the heart strings with his exceptional vocals.
Star Sean Christopher wowed as Jackson, creating the illusion you were watching the King of Pop himself.
A huge highlight by far was the fantastic choreography bouncing with energy throughout.
And the costumes were absolutely inspiring from sequins and hot pants to that infamous white suit and glove.
Simply put, Thriller Live – you just can't Beat It.
Thriller Lives runs at Norwich Theatre Royal until this Saturday, July 12. Ring the box office on 01603 630000 for tickets.
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