Review: A Night at The Musicals

If you have a love for musical theatre then this is the Fringe show for you!

Dynamic duo Jonny Woo and Le Gateau Chocolat wowed me with their witty banter, dance moves and costumes.

The show starts off with a rendition of The Phantom of Opera by Le Gateau Chocolat who shows off his amazing vocal range as Sara and side kick Jonny Woo sings the Phantom role, this had us all laughing out loud with their unique take on this classic song.

With a quick costume change and some of the wittiest banter I’ve seen on stage Jonny Woo then performs a song from Les Miserables. He is so clever as he lip synced every character in the song and this was made all the funnier with his facial expressions and the way he held himself.

I loved Le Gateau Chocolat’s performance of Let It Go from Disney’s Frozen which came with a little silly string surprise for the audience.

No musical is safe and as all good Fringe shows there is lots of audience participation with their ‘Juke Box’ where they ask for our favourite songs and perform little snippets of songs from Lion King to Rocky Horror, Sound of Music and Sweet Charity.

The finale was a sing and dance along to everyone’s favourite classic musical Grease with a rendition of Summer Lovin’.

I was captivated during the whole show and so was everyone else in the audience, everyone’s feet were tapping, lots of people sang along and the laughter was never ending.

It is a fun and entertaining tribute to musicals, I just loved it.


Edith Spiegeltent, The Ice Cream Factory
Dates | 31 Jan–11 Feb at 8.15pm 

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