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NODA Review of 9 to 5 The Musical 2017


After a very warm welcome, I walked into the theatre to be greeted with a beautifully presented open set, (No credit in the programme for set design) depicting Consolidated Industries with the two side scenes either side of the Orchestra Pit enabling the scene changes during the show to move by very swiftly. Considering the restrictions back stage it was a job very well done.  

Director & Choreographer GILLI MORRIS-MONK is to be congratulated on a very slick and wellrehearsed production. Choreography was simplistic but very effective with all the ensemble well drilled throughout. I particularly liked ‘Heart to Hart’ and the fantasy sequence numbers.

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NODA Review of Sweet Charity 2016


Director & Choreographer GILLI MORRIS-MONK is to be congratulated on a very slick and wellrehearsed production. Bob Fosse’ choreography is so iconic with this piece of musical theatre the dancers and company were very well drilled by Dance Captain LIZ HILL. I particularly enjoyed the drumstick routine with the solo drummer in the I’m A Brass Band number, the whole company were in perfect synchronization together. The various scenes moved quickly from one to another

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NODA Review of The Pajama Game 2015


I must admit a certain fondness for “The Pajama Game” ever since I played in the pit band for it during my university years.  It’s a feel good old fashioned type of show so, I was particularly delighted to be reunited with the production at KLLOC’s annual offering and I was not disappointed by the warm hearted and affectionate rendering of this classic piece of musical theatre.  

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NODA Review of Half a Sixpence 2014


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NODA Review of Hello Dolly 2013


This was certainly an energetic and enthusiastic production. The staging utilised all the available space and the choreography allowed for the varying abilities

of the members of the ensemble without being too basic. The Waiters’ Gallop was particularly well designed and performed with humour and energy. The company had been rehearsed to high vocal standard with some excellent harmonies from principles and ensemble alike. All the cast gave confident performances with full use made of the humour in the dialogue.  


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