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GAYDARNATION

Going to see Thriller Live is a brilliant night spent in the West End, it will get you on your feet and singing along. Well worth a ticket.

Emily Jones - Bargain Theatre

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From the LED laden set design – which gives the stage an appearance somewhere between a television show set and an 80s disco – to the colourful high-street style costumes, Thriller Live is loud, bright and lively.

Rachel Elderkin - Downstage Centre

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A,B,C...it’s easy as 1,2,3: If you like Michael Jackson, you’ll be bejewelled and bedazzled by this celebration of his career.

Kate Braxton - UK Theatre Network

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The audience know the drill: they sing, shout, clap and know exactly what they have come for, entertainment. Conceived by Adrian Grant, it doesn’t disappoint.

Pauline Flannery - EXTRA! EXTRA!

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It‘s great pop music performed by a great band and vocalist, supported by a class dance company. If you like that, you should see this show.

Ingimar Sverrisson - Theatre Fullstop

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It‘s great pop music performed by a great band and vocalist, supported by a class dance company. If you like that, you should see this show.

May B - All In London

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The whole cast captures every detail of the spirit of Michael Jackson as a performer, and his music will forever and always remain timeless.

Tal Fox - A Younger Theatre

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THE HITS JUST KEEP COMING AND WE CANNOT HELP BUT TAP OUR FEET AND JIG ALONG IN OUR SEATS. A GREAT TONIC IN THESE GLOOMY DAYS

Evening Standard

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

Whatsonstage

A salutary reminder that that Michael Jackson's music is an important segment in the sequence from blues, jazz and Motown to rap and disco. IT'S THE HISTORY OF MODERN POP MUSIC

Whatsonstage

The staging of the musical numbers, vivid light show and constant brilliance of the musicians playing in John Mayer's band keep us riveted

Whatsonstage

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

The Stage

The public are going to love this show. A BRILLIANT NIGHT OUT

Magic 105.4

Now Shaftesbury Avenue has it's very own Jacko jukebox. Who cares if you boogie or moonwalk to the Lyric - just get on down! The dancers moonwalk their socks off - and manage to make it look as easy as ABC

Roger Foss - LBC97.3 The Steve Allan Show

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

Daily Telegraph

Gary Lloyd keeps the energy level at fever pitch and his dance routines are spectacular

Daily Telegraph

A terrific band, ranging with aplomb from funk, soul and disco, through candy-rush pop to guitar-led rock

Daily Telegraph

Jackson really was the King of Pop

Daily Telegraph

Dazzlingly well-drilled and brilliantly done

The Mail on Sunday

A troupe of dancers whose energy could power the West End grid

Sunday Express

The songs are great and the singing and dancing is outstanding, it also has the best live band I've heard in a theatre for a long time.

Tony Blackburn

Whatever you think of Jackson, no one could deny the catchiness of his funky beats and Lloyds's chorus line manage to dance around with fabulous elan: toes flicking then freezing, torsos rippling then spinning, and that trademark slipping, sliding moonwalk, as if they've buttered their soles

The Independent on Sunday

IMMENSELY ENJOYBLE. This is great stuff

Sunday Express

A wonderful catalogue of late Motown, blues and early indie rock that covers a whole era of pop music at its best

The Independent

tremendous funk and fusion of lights, sound and dance moves. The musicians under John Maher supply great backing for the company numbers

The Independent

high-calibre ingredients – fantastic vocalists and a superlative songbook

Metro

By the final song of the night, it's pretty much guaranteed that you'll be up on you feet and shouting for more – as for what the final song is, I'll leave it as a surprise, suffice to say that it's a good one

Gaydarnation

Overfamiliarity had dulled my senses to the quality of these songs and it was a revelation to hear them interpreted afresh.This is a dazzling show and Jacko fans will love it to bits.

Spectator

one of the most moving, memorable and thrilling theatre experiences

Curtainup

The sheer majesty of the musical performance will ensure that this MJ-homage will surpass Queen and Abba as West End staples.

British Theatre Guide

Jackson's back catalogue is performed by singers of unusual ability; the dancing is a feat of human ingenuity and endurance; the atmospheric pyrotechnics are carefully extravagant. The event, on the whole, is electric.

British Theatre Guide

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This is a sparkling, singing and shimmying conveyor belt of more than 30 of Jackson's greatest hits.

Miriam GIllinson - Time Out

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I'm suddenly all grooved up on the Jackson Five and the high points of Michael's best-selling discs…all laid down with tremendous funk and fusion of lights, sound and dance moves.

Michael Coveney – The Independent

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This theatrical extravaganza is a breathtaking celebration

Paul Vale – The Stage

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If this were just a gig where I was only watching the live band, I'd love it, and if I were going only on the grounds of great dancing, I'd love it too.

But it packs both of these into one spectacular show over the course of a breathtaking two-and-a-half hours.

Getwestlondon, London

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A GREAT TONIC IN THESE GLOOMY DAYS

The Evening Standard

QUITE LITERAllY THRILLING

The Stage

A TOTAL BLAST

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