Musical Theatre review.
Amongst my many interests, musical theatre is one that I only occasionally get to enjoy, therefore I relish every second of the performance and squeeze as much pleasure out of the occasion that I possibly can.
In general, I manage to visit the theatre a couple of times a year.
This June was one such occasion when I went with my husband to The Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham to see the international award-winning musical ‘The Bodyguard’.
This smash hit- musical based on the film of the same name proved to be everything I had hoped for.
Alexander Burke was magnificent in her role as ‘Rachel Marron’ a world-famous performer who falls in love with her bodyguard, Frank Farmer.
This was musical theatre at its best, enhanced by the set design and state of the heart lighting. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole production. Karen Bruce did a sterling job with the choreography and the sixteen strong soundtrack was everything I could have hoped for.
I will always love you, Queen of the night and I’m every woman are just a few of the featured hit songs in the show.
Along with the rest of the audience, I was blown away.