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Written on: 06/10/2009 by chazzamoi (1 review written)
I thought We Will Rock You was amazing! Although the storyline wasn't that much, their energy and jokes and character definitely made up for it.
My favourite Character was Killer Queen. Mazz Murray was hilarious at it! Especially when her face is on the big screen and she's having a bikini wax. I thought she had some of the best songs! and the best wig, costume. I thought the whole scene which starts with Fat Bottomed Girls and ends with Another One Bites the Dust is the best!
I loved Galileo… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/10/2009
I was really dissapointed last Sat 26th Sep 2009. We went on a weekend break to London, and it had been recomended that we go see "We Will Rock You". We were told that we would be dancing in the isles and singing non stop to all the songs. Well it didn't happen, I almost fell asleep.
The story line was weak, songs non existant, and had no inclination to get out of my seat other than leaving early. Thank goodness we only paid £25
I don't know what show my mate saw 5 years ago !! Has it changed… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2009
We Will Rock You was absolutely awful! I can't think of anything less 'Rock' than a nasal musical theatre singing voice, heavy on the vibrato! The dancers weren't tight in their routines, the story is a stream of completely lame, tennuous links between the Queen songs during which they always change the lyrics and add so much 'ad lib' to melodies it kills any power the songs had. I got the feeling that much of the so called story was based on ways to incorporate the worst innuendo based jokes… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/09/2009
I was disappointed with we will rock you, and would have been more so if I hadn't got a cheap top price ticket. The two leads both used these annoying put on speaking voices, and the majority of the gags were really lame, as was the plot. Some of them had did have OK singing voices, but this is not Queen, and I'm surprised that Brian May and Roger Taylor associate themselves with this show… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/08/2009
Really disappointed with this show. 'We Will Rock You' script/storyline was awful, jokes appeared to be hijacked from a Carry On film only not as funny. I thought maybe it was just me but, my partner thought it was like watching paint dry. Bohemian Rhapsody at end was excellent but, not worth £40 odd quid for that. Would have been better buying a Queen CD and staying in… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/08/2009
We Will Rock You is simply brilliant!! Sarah french ellis was truly fantastic amazing singer and very funny, the rest of the cast were also very funny and very talented, cant wait to go again! I must say im not a fan of queen but you dont have to be for this show, it has you laughing and singing along all the way through! Everyone enjoyed the show and gave the cast a massive standing ovation at the end of the show....i really didnt want it to end! Brilliant show go and see it. xx… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/08/2009
I went to see We Will Rock You on my 18th birthday. It was the best west end film i have seen. Ben Elton outdid himself. It was suvch a clever storyline fitting in with the queen songs. I will definalty go again soon. The only thing that i didn't loike was that i had to leave i wanted it to go on and on… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/08/2009
went to see We Will Rock You on saturday matinee 8 August at birmingham hippodrome. brilliant!!!!! music at beginning bit too loud because diction was lost, but after that, couldn't fault it. storyline thin at best, but who cares!! brilliant singing especially as we saw the understudy for both Scaramoosh and the character played by Jonathan Wilkes. standing ovataion for 5 monutes and plenty of singing by the audience - we were dancing and having a great time! Hippodrome in brum fab as… Read Full Review
Written on: 04/08/2009
cannot fault the band , and the technical guys worked their magic brilliantly, but thats where the magic stopped ..
We Will Rock You had really poor acting , terrible storyline and screamy singers, we left disappointed during the interval . At £55 a ticket i was gutted… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2009
Loved it!! My husband and I are huge Queen fans and went along knowing nothing about this production, expecting a tribute-band type show. What a fantastic surprise! A packed house and a standing ovation. The 'We Will Rock You' cast sparkled and we thought the script was great. The narrative was totally unexpected but upon reflection was just perfect for what the show (and Queen itself) was all about. Whichever reviewer said it seemed like it was written in 5 minutes needs their head read!… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/07/2009
Me and a friend went to see We Will Rock You on Saturday night. It was so disappointing. The good bits were the musicians, the singers were fairly good but the jokes / story line / dancing / script were what you'd expect to see at your 6 year olds school play. I'm a normal guy and like movies that most people to and still thought this was complete rubbish. They changed the lyrics of the queen songs to suite the story which was disappointing so not even good if your a queen fan!… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/07/2009 by londonsouthside (1 review written)
The We Will Rock You plot was poor. The lead guy couldn't act and his voice was extremely annoying (maybe Ben Elton wanted it this way!). Plus the jokes were terrible. Lots of lazy innuendo and rubbish punch lines.
There was way too much artistic license taken, go to a tribute band if you love Queen. … Read Full Review
Written on: 20/06/2009 by OLLY8080 (1 review written)
Went to see We Will Rock You thursday 18th june , although the acting was great and the effects good the story line / script was like ben elton had written it for a nursery school in 5 mins flat, truely awful script to the point of embarassing. The jokes were unfunny to the point of cringing… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/05/2009 by esposil (2 reviews written)
We Will Rock You - Dominion Theatre London, 22 May 2009.
Nice venue, 2200 full seats. The music is terrific, the resident band was faultless in its reproduction of Queen's music, but a succession of different vocalists, male and female, solo and in chorus, left me with a rather unpleasant karaoke feeling. The story itself, about the abolition of rock music and instruments 300 years hence, is a hackneyed albeit reasonable enough starting point, but the story-telling rather tapers away; by the… Read Full Review
Written on: 16/05/2009
I went to the Palace last night to see We Will Rock You, and I was mesmorised by the brilliant production, superb singers, superb dancers.
Im going to try to book to watch again!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 02/05/2009
We Will Rock You is a really good show, lots of dancing and signing, a good storyline… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/04/2009 by silverjenny (1 review written)
What a brilliant night we had last night at The Palace. We Will Rock you is sensational. My husband is the Queen fan and went along for the ride. But what a wonderful evening I had!
Every single person involved with the show deserves accolades.
I cannot recommend it too highly… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2009
We Will Rock You is a great music great production and great songs as performed by the entire cast the late great Freddie Mercury would have been proud of such a tribute… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/04/2009 by Stevie12 (1 review written)
just seen We Will Rock You at Manchester and what can i say other than Superb , fantastic and totally amazing having seen all kinds of shows i can say that this one has everything great score acting and enthusiasm. the cast totally blew me away with the professional display that they put on. to all queen and musical theatre fans i say go along ignore the storyline and enjoy just let the whole occasion wash over you… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/04/2009
Went to see We Will Rock You on a trip as well as Wicked. Have to say was looking forward to Wicked much more than We Will Rock You but was totally wrong. The singing was amazing, especially from the two leads even though Galileo was an understudy- didnt realise until the end he was that good. Got shivers on practically every song and the atmosphere at the end was great. Was really worried about seeing it after reading some really bad reviews but was blown away. GO AND SEE IT!!!!… Read Full Review