From start to finish, the audience was captivated, enjoying Joe McElderry’s performance .
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat follows the story of Joseph whose jealous brothers sell him as a slave. This vibrant and exciting retelling of the biblical story about Joseph, his eleven brothers and the coat of many colours sings out to young and old alike with a score which is crammed wall to wall with hits, including Jacob and Sons, Close Every Door and Any Dream Will Do.
The audience is taken on a whirlwind journey of highs and lows as Joseph is passed from Egyptian millionaire Potiphar (Henry Metcalfe), to an Elvis Presley style Pharaoh (Ben James-Ellis).
Incredible set designs, beautiful costumes and impressive choreography showcased the whole cast’s talent and made the show a treat for the eyes.
Trina Hill as the Narrator helped the show progress through each scene and she commanded the stage with every passing song, especially in the prologue.
The show was filled with hilarious scenes and anecdotes, including the 11 brothers becoming cowboys during their song One More Angel In Heaven.
The 11 brothers’ rendition of Those Canaan Days was flawless and the creative staging was a sight to behold.
However many times you have seen this show, don’t miss this version. It is witty, different and probably the best version that we have seen at the Regent.
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