5* Review Miss Saigon West End

Review Miss Saigon Review + Cast Interviews…

Miss Saigon is still THE GREATEST MUSICAL IN WEST END HISTORY!

Really, this show is something incredibly rare. So beautiful, perfectly crafted and so very special on every level.

In 20 years of reviewing theatre I’ve never been in the presence of such a universally talented cast with God given vocal genius.

This show has everything – amazing songs, a phenomenal cast, incredible staging and an enthralling, moving and tragic story.

The set & lighting is epic and so seamless. The helicopter scene will leave you speechless! Beautiful.

The orchestra is delicious and the sound at the Prince Edward is stunning.

If you needed proof that Cameron MacIntosh is at the top of his game and the best in the business – Miss Saigon confirms his remarkable legacy.

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Enjoy an Exclusive interview with Eva Noblezada & Chris Peluso from the 2015 cast:

Eva Noblezada continues to offer one of the most mesmerising performances in Musical history. This world class performer is breathtakingly brilliant as ‘Kim’.

Chris Peluso was born to play his role and owns the part of Chris. His looks perfect and his voice has a beautifully moving tone.

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Jon Jon Briones continues to be a power-house actor who owns the role of The Engineer magnificently.

He arguably steals the show with his staggering ‘American Dream’ in act 2. Genius!

Review Miss Saigon 2015

With Broadway smash hit songs including ‘Sun And Moon’, ‘The Last Night Of The World’, ‘I Still Believe’, ‘The American Dream’ & ‘Bui Doi’ by Alain Boublil & Claud-Michel Schonberg – this show has it all! (Think Les Mis without the French wining).

Here’s Alex with Eva & Chris…

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Miss Saigon first hit the stage in 1989 and reminds us of the endless consequences of War. Miss Saigon focuses on the Vietnam war. This story is timeless.

It’s a love story of epic proportions.

It’s beautiful. It’s hysterical. It’s devastating. It has purpose and has meaning.

Interview by Alex Belfield for Celebrity Radio 8th July 2015.