Book by Jonathan Harvey with the music of Dusty Springfield
Director MARIA FRIEDMAN
Set and Costume Designer TOM PYE
Lighting Designer BRUNO POET
Video Designer FINN ROSS
Sound Designer RICHARD BROOKER
Orchestrations and Vocal Arrangements STEVE SIDWELL
Musical Supervision TIM SUTTON
Associate Choreographer CLAIRA VAUGHAN
Production Photographer JOHAN PERSSON
Producer ELEANOR LLOYD with TRIS PENNA and VICKI WICKHAM
"Tim Jackson’s high-energy choreography whizzes pleasurably through the decades to Springfield’s 1980s Pet Shop Boys renaissance."
"Tim Jackson’s choreography embodies the superficial, brightly-coloured surfaces of Sixties pop culture in ways that somehow only emphasise the poignant incongruity of Dusty’s success, with her high-necked clothing, enormous soul voice and tortured sense of self."
"Against the fizz of Tim Jackson’s high-octane choreography, Kingsley’s Springfield stands still, cutting poses with the utmost of presence and poise."
"There’s really strong choreography from Tim Jackson, culminating in a fantastic routine for Pet Shop Boys’ What Have I Done to Deserve This. It’s one of the best moments of the show"
"An ensemble cast who seamlessly keep the high-octane pace up at all times, impeccably choreographed…the Pet Shop Boys ‘moment’ in particular is a theatrical work of art"
The Bath Magazine
"The exuberant choreography by Tim Jackson keeps the excellent company involved in the ongoing story providing some inspired transitions."
"A real highlight of this show is the impeccably trained, well rehearsed chorus. The dancing is absolutely on point with extreme energy all the way through. Credit to the choreographer, Tim Jackson. Each character on stage has something to offer and during the performance of ‘What Have I Done to Deserve This’ they really do steal the show."
Sheffield Big Stamp of Approval
"The first number was truly eye catching, Tim Jackson’s brilliant attention to detail within the choreography was special…the ensemble brought life to the stage with Jackson’s amazing choreography."
North West End