REVIEW: Wicked the Musical (London)

Scunthorpe & N Lincs LGBTQ

Since July, 2011, I have been a massive fan of a show called Wicked which originally was based on the novel ‘The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West’ by Gregory Maguire. The hit, worldwide sensation opened in 2003 at the Gerswhin Theatre after grueling preview in San Francisco. I say ‘grueling’, but really they were horrific. After baring the unreleased audio recordings of the workshops and previews, I can say that Wicked almost certainly wouldn’t have worked without the changes that happened.

But after seeing the show 3 times, I have finally came to the conclusion, Wicked is the best show ever to have opened on Broadway and the West End.
Now, Wicked proudly announces it has two US national tours, one UK tour and a London production, an Australian tour and many other productions, too. But one country it hasn’t played is France. Hopefully we…

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