Review: Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
Hold onto your horses as Seven Brides for Seven Brothers stomps it’s way to Regent Theatre this week.
Stunning dance and technically flawless performances make this a masterpiece akin to the 1954 original of the same name.
The gruff Adam Pontipee (Sam Attwater) meets and immediately marries the spirited Milly (Helena Blackman) and she is whisked away to his mountainside cabin home. Once there, she finds herself put upon to maintain a household not only for Adam, but also his six raucous, ill-mannered, rambunctious brothers.
Special mention must go to the brothers who do a marvellous task in all that is asked of them in the performance, with guile, spirit and the audience really connects with this rag-tag bunch of uncouth grafters.
You must go and see this warm-hearted feel-good musical and witness the fantastic choreography and infectious toe-tapping musical score. Something very much for the young and old!
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