Somewhere In Time - Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe Tickets
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Rated 4 out of 5 by Mrsm53 from Fun entertainment Went with a friend last night and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Natalie and Ian put on a lovely show and performed miracles, considering the small stage and limited facilities. They were supported by two young singers (one girl and one boy) who both gave it their all and sang very well, with professionalism and charm. Natalie and Ian were delightful. They were both funny and engaging, danced beautifully and of course Natalie looked stunning. The audience reaction at the end was proof of how much we'd all loved it!
Date published: 2017-05-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by Totally Disappointed from What a Waste! If only we’d had the sense to do what the previous reviewer did. The second half was even worse than the first. Audience participation in the undressing of Ian Waite was a pointless waste of time save for his opportunity to engage in more crude innuendo. Encouraging purchase of a programme to get a paddle to enable taking part in an embarrassing audience game of “have you ever?” was a crass attempt to sell programmes and the game itself another waste of time. Other shows presented by “Strictly” dancers which we have seen had a cast of dancers and a full programme of dance and music. Like most of the audience we went to see a dance show not a hotchpotch of segments to pad out a show of too few short dance sequences. As a whole the show was an appalling waste of time.
Date published: 2017-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by Angry and disappointed from A Great Disappointment Great dancers as they are, Waite and Lowe could not hold the show together with just the addition of two singers. As professionals surely they should have realised this. The inclusion, on stage, of members of the audience just served to advertise their commercial venture and it was the sort of thing one would be forced to experience in a 4th rate pantomime. Waite's joke, at the expense of another 'Strictly' professional, was crude and extremely tasteless especially as there were many youngsters, in the audience. We can not comment on the second half. We left at the interval as did other members of the audience. We consider it a waste of our money.
Date published: 2017-03-12