ARCHIVE: The Light Princess 2


    * * * * * “the extraordinary tale is executed with perfect clarity and sets your imagination on fire.” Bristol Post Read full review

    “this hugely enjoyable and at times uproariously funny two hours that in the best Tobacco Factory Theatres festive traditions will appeal to all the family.” Bristol 24-7 Read full review

    “It’s a wonderful story, beautifully told and exquisitely performed…It’s also very funny, tummy-achingly so, and that music, well let’s just say it made me want to see Verity’s show Mmm Hmmm all over again” Guide to Bristol Read full review

    * * * “Its messiness is all part of its joy…it unabashedly celebrates the amusing and the absurd…deliciously silly staging”

    “Verity Standen’s songs – all characteristic wit and gorgeous vocal texture”

    The Guardian Read full review

    * * * * * “all come[s] together in such an imaginative, witty and delightfully creative way…inspired an ecstatic reaction from the audience…deserves all the accolades that surely must come its way.” Stagetalk Magazine Read full review

    * * * “Performed with warm-hearted vigour…the visual effects blend beguilingly homespun simplicity and theatrical ingenuity…Phil Eddoll’s design creates an enchanted kingdom.” The Times Read full review

    “The energy of the small cast is infectious” Reviews Hub Read full review

    “Richard Holt is a little kooky and a lot of charming as the Prince…Amalia Vitale is a genuine scene stealer in each of her roles” Kris Hallett Read full review

    “provides all the magic, music and laughter you could want for the festive season.” Fine Times Recorder

    The Light Princess, is absolutely enchanting….The prince (Richard Holt) and princess (Suzanne Ahmet) are adorable, the performances from Rew Lowe & Amalia Vitale are hilarious, the music is awesome, and the costumes are gorgeous. It’s on till 10 January, highly recommended.” Crysse Morrison Read full review

    “The Christmas show at the Tobacco Factory Theatre is always special and this year is no exception” Theatreworld Internet

    “I don’t think I remember a Bristol stage ever being so gorgeously inviting, no set has ever smacked me so in the face with ‘Christmas!’ (in a good way)…I absolutely loved, loved, loved this show and I urge to to get yourself tickets. If there are any left.”

    “the ridiculously talented Musical Director Verity Standen… her musical passion seems to explode into everything she creates and her writing is little short of genius…she brings even more colour and personality to Eddolls’ already vibrant set, piercing our souls with beauty, conducting her a cappella orchestra with mastery”

    Weston Super Mum Read full review

    “Gloriously irreverent, inventive, and spilling over with colour (and water), this show is a visual, literary and musical treat.”

    Sky Light and Rain Read full review

    You might also like...