Sound of Music
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Find out what the press had to say about The Sound of Music UK tour…


The Edinburgh Playhouse, Edinburgh

“Andrew Lloyd Webber’s revival of the Broadway classic at the Playhouse shone like snow on a frosty Austrian alp, and there couldn’t have been many among the near-capacity audience to exit on to Greenside Place without tunes like Edelweiss and Do-Re-Mi ringing in their ears.”

Barry Gordon, Edinburgh Evening News

The Palace Theatre, Manchester

“As far as the audience was concerned, it was a delight from start to finish.”

Natalie Anglesey, Manchester Evening News

The Sunderland Empire, Sunderland

“[Connie’s] voice is beautiful – strong and soft – and even when speaking she sounds so very much like Julie Andrews!”

Lesley Oldfield, Newcastle Evening Chronicle

The Mayflower, Southampton

“It is a visual treat even superior to the acclaimed London Palladium version of the show and left the sell-out audience last night spellbound. A brilliant cast certainly deserved every moment of their lengthy ovation…”

Lorelei Reddin, Southern Daily Echo.

“The commanding stage presence of reality show winner Connie Fisher gives this enchanting musical an exuberance and sophistication that ensures a night to remember.”

Jim Nicholson, The Public Reviews website.

The Alhambra, Bradford

“Stunning child actors, stormtroopers in the audience and an incredibly strong Mother Abbess played by Margaret Preece…”

Lisa Campbell, Keighley News.

“Connie Fisher is brilliant as Maria and the young people playing the parts of the Von Trapp family children are also excellent, in particular Claire Fishenden who took the part of 16-year-old Liesl.”
Susan Hampshire, The Huddersfield Daily Examiner

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff

“Connie is perfect in the role, both as an actress and singer. At times I did wonder whether if I closed my eyes I would be able to tell this was not actually Julie Andrews, such is her bright, crystal-clear voice.”

Mike Smith, What’s On Wales

“A sensational comeback.”
Peter Slee, South Wales Evening Post

“It takes a lot to hold your own against reality TV golden girl Connie Fisher, but so flawless is her supporting ensemble that this touring production never morphs into a one star vehicle.”
Rebecca Blunt, metrolife

“It’s a sure-fire winner.”
South Wales Argus

“Connie was superb as Maria.”
“The Mother Abbess, played by Margaret Preece, was outstanding and the seven Von Trapp children were all enchanting…”
Alison Young, South Wales Echo

“The Sound of Music is still a fabulous night at the theatre.”
Karen Price, Western Mail.

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