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All reviews diana ross berry gordy royal circle motown story stevie wonder smokey robinson love motown rock of ages audience participation great singing story line box office standing ovation great seats my mum west end booked tickets
Amazing show great singing great songs a must for Motown fans we enjoyed the show and would recommend this for both couples and family groups our seats have us an excellent view !! And didn’t cost the earth !!
Loved the show, we too got last minute tickets in a good viewing location. The cast were all great with the exception of the lead singer of the Four Tops, voice was too high to be an acceptable Levi Stubbs!
Regarding the theatre, the seats...More
Motown the Musical was really excellent and we managed to get decent last minute tickets through a well known website. View all around the theatre was good, though in hindsight I think the circle might be better than the stalls. Only negatives were to do...More
The show was awful. I would have left at the interval but it was so awful it was mesmerising. The script is toe curling. How to reduce Black history to pulp! There were some great singers but overall the show seems flat. Not sure if...More
We puchased tickets in March of 2018, and were incredibly excited to see what is being called the best musical in town. The Saturday matinee commenced at 2.30pm on 3rd November and we were in our seats at 2.20pm. Like all theatrical events we could...More
Wheelchair access to boxes E and F are down two flights of stairs with temporary ramps that are very steep, they are really dangerous. I had someone holding on to my chair to stop it tipping forward . These ramps are well above the current...More
Excellent show, lovely old theatre. Always wanted to visit the Shaftesbury Theatre and got the chance to see the Magic of Motown there. Comfortable seats and excellent. Thoroughly enjoyed the show and the theatre.
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