I Can't Sing X Factor Musical Tickets
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Who hasn't taped episodes of 'The X Factor' on their DVRs? Who hasn't watched endless audition tapes, on loop, on YouTube? Who doesn't want to have a word with Simon Cowell for giving their favorite contestant a harsh review?
You've Been Framed star Harry Hills (proud winner of seven British Comedy Awards and three BAFTAs), and the man behind the West End musical Spend Spend Spend, Steve Brown, bring you I Can't Sing! The X Factor Musical!
The show is hilarious from start to finish, with spectacular set designs and tons of funny songs. It covers everything you have ever loved about the show and a whole lot more, including one of the cutest young love stories to have hit West End. The production is sure to amuse and dazzle people of all ages. It's witty, it's loud and it packs a punch.
Simon Cowell is played by Nigel Harman, who many will recognize from EastEnders and Downton Abbey. Harman is an Olivier Award winner in the "Best Supporting Performance in a Musical" category for his role in the original London production of Shrek The Musical. Harman played the character of the manipulative Lord Farquaad and received widespread acclaim for it. The performance also earned him a Theatergoers' Choice Award in the "Best Supporting Actor in a Musical" category. Harman was also a part of the original cast of the super-hit Mamma Mia!
He has also won the award for the "Best Newcomer" at the British Soap Awards in 2004 and the "Best Actor" gong at the Inside Soap Awards 2004 and 2005. He was also nominated in the "Most Popular Actor" category for the National Television Awards, two years in succession. His depiction of Cowell as a control freak obsessed with money is sheer brilliance.
I Can't Sing X Factor Musical follows the story of a young Londoner, Chenice, who gets lucky and ends up as a contestant on the show. She soon gets overwhelmed by the vicissitudes of her newfound fame. Her character is played by the lovely Cynthia Erivo, who is known for her performances in the Sister Act and The Color Purple. She was highly praised for her roles with The Guardian going as far as calling her "dazzling." They also pointed out Erivo's "Cinderella-like charm and formidable lung power."
Chenice's love interest in the musical is played by Alan Morrissey who has performed at venues like the Shakespeare's Globe. He also played the part of Adie in Solstice at the Royal Shakespeare Company.
The cast is extremely good at what they do and this is proven by the glowing reviews the show got when it opened in March 2014, at the London Palladium. It is a wonderful theatrical production and that is why I Can't Sing X Factor Musical tickets are in such high demand.
Excitingly enough, Simon Cowell co-produced it and has apparently adored his portrayal as a deranged megalomaniac. The rest of the judges panel doesn't escape unscathed either. Cheryl Cole is depicted as a "scatterbrained clothes' horse" by actress Victoria Elliot who is best known for the television series Hebburn.
The Daily Telegraph described the musical as "wildly eccentric and often wonderfully funny." The Independent said that the West End musical had a "bonkers, surreal charm" to it. The Daily Mail called it a "hundred times more likeable than the Book of Mormon" which is quite a bold statement, if you consider the success the religious satire has had over the years. But it just goes to show what an enjoyable evening I Can't Sing! promises for fans.
This hilarious depiction of one of the most famous reality TV programs of all time is on stage still. If you are a theater fan, then book your I Can't Sing X Factor Musical tickets and watch it live at the London Palladium.