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Christina Bianco, Anna-Jane Casey, Damian Humbley and Ben Lewis star in the transfer to the acclaimed Menier Chocolate Factory production of Forbidden Broadway to the Vaudeville Theatre for a strictly limited season
Forbidden Broadway offers the chance to see over 28 musicals for two-thirds of the price of ONE!
This is your chance to see the West End and Broadway's biggest shows, brightest stars and notorious flops panned, poked, lampooned and lambasted by a dazzling cast of comic chameleons, all set to the tunes of your favourite showstoppers - and all under one roof!
★★★★★ 'Forbidden? It's So Outrageously Good It Should Be Illegal' Time Out
★★★★★ 'Affectionate And Delightfully Malicious. Any Longer And I'd Have Died Laughing' Mail On Sunday
★★★★ 'If You're Thinking Of Coming To London To Take In One Musical, Come And See This Instead! You Get The Best Bits From A Dozen Shows And Laugh Until (as Critics Say) You Cry' Daily Express
★★★★ 'Relentlessly, Cleverly, Breathtakingly Funny' Guardian
★★★★ 'Even If You Had Somehow Missed Every One Of The Shows Satirised By Forbidden Broadway, You Would Still Find Yourself Weeping With Laughter At Its Precision-engineered Ridicule' Telegraph
★★★★ 'The Key To The Show's Success Is That Its Cast Are Every Bit As Talented As The Performers They Lampoon' Sunday Express
The original Forbidden Broadway cast Damian Humbley, Anna-Jane Casey and Ben Lewis - will be joined by YouTube star Christina Bianco.
Bianco, whose latest YouTube video of "Let It Go" has received over 5 million views, has appeared in Forbidden Broadway: Goes to Rehab in New York.
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Reviews / Features / Broadway
Forbidden Broadway Review - "Everyone Thinks They're A Critic!"
To quote Forbidden Broadway itself: ‘everyone thinks they’re a critic’, myself in particular.
Whilst I am a massive musical theatre nut, I absolutely love finding flaws in shows that I can laugh at. This doesn’t mean I don’t love the show, it just means I also love finding its limitations and mocking them. Kind of like when you’re mean to your best friend. I consequently garnered the idea that Forbidden Broadway should just be renamed ‘Lucy, You Will Bloody Adore This’, and was beyond excited when I finally got my hands on tickets.
28 Oct, 2014 | By London Theatre Direct
News / Reviews / Broadway
Ticket Tuesday winner Becky Dixon reviews Forbidden Broadway
Ticket Tuesday winner Becky Dixon saw the current West End revival of long-running off-Broadway cult hit Forbidden Broadway. The ever-developing cabaret revue lovingly lampoons 28 musical juggernauts as well as a host of famous theatre-related stars.
11 Sep, 2014 | By London Theatre Direct
News / Broadway
Forbidden Broadway Transfers To Vaudeville Theatre
It has been announced that Forbidden Broadway will transfer to the West End following its successful run at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The production will open at the Vaudeville Theatre on Tuesday 9th September for a limited eleven week run ending on Saturday 22nd November 2014.
29 Jul, 2014 | By Andrew Tomlins