Fatal Attraction Reviews
Rainy from Birmingham,
Great matinee really enjoyed the show. Time went way to quickly. So happy we got to see it with Kim Marsh she was brilliant
James Darroch from Glasgow,
NOT TO BE MISSED
A well acted cast let down by ending. Stage set excellent more could be made of the "Bunny Boiling" It is a difficult ending to bring to the stage but with modern technology the film ending could have been achieved.
Nic from London, England
No chemistry between the actors, awful overacting, wooden performance, no passion or emotions felt, left after 1st half
K from Glasgow,
Acting, accents, chemistry non existent only good thing the set. Very disappointed
Elaine from Birmingham,
The lead man was one dimensional, shouty and wooden. No connection between the two leads…left at half time - very poor and £100 wasted.
Paul and Elaine from Leicestershire
Wooden acting and one dimensional acting from lead man - no chemistry between the two leads. Left at half time as so bad.
Isobel Anderson from Glasgow,
Dreadful acting, dreadful accents, just dreadful all round. Almost left after first half but gave a second chance, against my better judgement. Maybe it just doesn’t transfer to the stage, but the production certainly needed stronger more accomplished players. It was embarrassing.
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