Written on: 14/10/2011 by leracing (2 reviews written)
Night 3 performance was a fabulous night out! A great cast who put their all in to every scene. The lead male - Noel Sullivan (ex Hear'Say) is very strong in his part as Galileo, along with leading lady Amanda Coutts who played Scaramouche - a stunning voice with a good range. The quick humour of Ian Reddington added the fun to this excellence song & dance extravaganza. The band playing the music as note perfect as Queen themselves. The wonderful drumming provided by Rufus Taylor (son of Roger Taylor) proves he's definitely a chip off the old block! And then if your mind was not blown enough already, in the last scene up pops a very famous guitar - the May Guitar. Amanda Coutts had a hold of it, and then, as if by magic, it disappeared again but the notes still played & got louder & louder. Only one man can do that - the god of the Guitar Brian May appeared on stage! The House ROCKED!!! & then I went a bit deaf - but who cares!! Fabulous night out with a fantastic cast of singers & dancers.