As the cold and dark evenings begin to draw in in London town, we LDNFashion-ettes headed to the Palace Theatre to have our mid week brightened up by hit show Singin’ in the Rain. Bursting with wit, charm and humour, it is (of course!) a stage adaptation of the iconic film of the same name.
It is the ’20s, the golden era of silent Hollywood movies, and Don Lockwood is a kind of latter day Ryan Gosling, with a string of hit films and blossoming on-screen romances to his name. But as the talking picture become the talk (sorry) of the town, it seems things will not remain the same for long.
Adam Cooper, Daniel Crossley and Scarlett Strallen star as the characters first made famous by Gene Kelly, Donald O’Conner and Debbie Reynolds, and stylish and playful choreography punctuates their fabulous performances, not to mention actual rain falling on stage to soak Cooper’s Lockwood and recreate the unforgettable scene with which everyone is familiar.
Singin’ in the Rain is an instant theatrical pick-me-up, so don’t hesitate to book your tickets here