The orchestra had some very unusual instuments
Costumes based on a 1930's theme
We sat by the exit and the young lady in the Military uniform stood just in front of Michael all through the show, she danced and jiggled all night, in those fishnets, I am not quite sure how much of the action in the ring he saw!!!
I will not spoil the story for anyone who has tickets, I am not usually a fan of musicals(exception Billy Elliott & We will rock you), but the music throughout was great, Swingtime.
This lady was an incredible high wire act and she is so incredibly toned that Madonna would look like Betty Turpin stood next to her.
The musicians dressed in lovely costumes sang their hearts out.
Just a few well looked after animals, there is a tiny puppy in the bicycle basket,
The musical clown got the loudest cheers & the one little boy that was sat in front of us had the dirtiest laugh and we commented that he would probably go home and try to play a recorder in a similar way, (using all orafices!)
The end of the show came too quickly, Michael & I walked back to the car in sunshine & followed the sunset home, what an extraordinary evening out for us!