The Choir of Man Celebrate 1 Year in The West End, My Review

The Choir of Man Celebrate 1 Year in The West End, My Review

By Tim Todd On Tuesday I was lucky enough to be invited to watch The Choir of Man at The Arts Theatre, West End .

The show is full of songs from the likes of Queen, Guns and Roses and Paul Simon to name a few. The choir of man provides you with an evening of great atmosphere and music.

The cast comprised of fabulous actor-musicians including James Hudson, Sam Ebenezer, Adam Bayjou, Mark Irwin, Michele Benvenuto, Mike Hamway, Peter Lawrence, Tom Miles and Ben Goffe.

For me the vocal harmonies we’re absolutely amazing and the standout songs for me we’re Somebody to love, 500 miles (I think this is my favourite version of the song) and The impossible dream. The performance marked one year in the west end and was supporting world mental health day.

You can also expect audience participation including actors running into the audience and some people getting brought up on stage. For me this is a feel good show and the atmosphere is absolutely amazing but as I’m not used to going to the pub or drinking alcohol (I had a cup of tea! ??‍♂️) maybe this show isn’t aimed at me. It also felt strange that the choir of man welcomed pictures and videos. I would recommend this show for anyone who doesn’t usually go to the theatre and I would see this show again.

I am giving this show a star rating of ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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