So Good It's Bad: The show synopsis

Paul Walden & Derek Nicol for Flying Music in association with Adrian Grant for Key Concerts present

CELEBRATING THE UNDISPUTED KING OF POP

Now in its record breaking 10th year, THRILLER LIVE is a spectacular concert created to celebrate the career of the world’s greatest entertainer.

After opening in the Lyric Theatre in London on 2 January 2009 to rave reviews, Thriller Live has celebrated its ninth birthday in the West End, embarked on a world tour and a sell-out UK arena tour, played over 5000 shows globally to over 4 million fans, visited over 30 countries and entered the West End record books by becoming the longest running show in the Lyric Theatre’s 125 year history and the 16th longest running musical in the West End.

Taking you on an electrifying visual and audio journey through the magic of Michael’s 45 year musical history, you’ll experience over two hours of non-stop hits from pop to rock, soul to disco. Paying homage to Jackson’s legendary live performances and innovative dance moves executed with flair, precision and passion this is a show that you will never forget.

Expect your favourite songs delivered by an exceptionally talented cast and band, including: I Want You Back, ABC, Can You Feel It, Off The Wall, The Way You Make Me Feel, Smooth Criminal, Beat It, Billie Jean, Dirty Diana, Bad, Rock With You, They Don’t Care About Us, Dangerous, Thriller plus many more!

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WHAT THE PAPERS SAY

A TOTAL BLAST. The staging and constant brilliance of the
musicians keep us riveted. A WONDERFUL SHOW

Whatsonstage.com

You can’t beat it!

Evening Standard

AN EXUBERANT BLAST!

Daily Mail

This theatrical extravaganza is a breathtaking
celebration – QUITE LITERALLY, THRILLING”

The Stage

A glitzy concert of song and dance. THE HITS JUST KEEP ON COMING

Daily Telegraph

Dazzlingly well-drilled and brilliantly done

Whatsonstage.com

IMMENSELY ENJOYABLE

The Independent

A GREAT TONIC IN THESE GLOOMY DAYS

The Evening Standard

QUITE LITERAllY THRILLING

The Stage

A TOTAL BLAST

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