Saturday, 4 April 2009

One Word

WICKED






Today my sister in law and I went to see Wicked in London






I was blown away. Everyone had told me what an amazing show it was and they weren't wrong.

I was blown away by Karen Ellis who played Elphaba






Have you been lucky enough to see this show? What did you think?


12 comments:

A Bite of Country Cupcakes said...

No I have'nt seen it.
My Sister took her hubby and they loved it!
I have'nt seen a show for a long time...Love it when I do though

Sal said...

I would soooo love to see it!
I've heard Idina Menzel singing some of the songs..WOW!
So glad you enjoyed it!
;-)

The Lovely Mrs. Cozy Home said...

What a wonderful day out! We were in London a year ago and saw Sound of Music while the rest of my family saw Wicked and they said it was *really* fantastic.

TattingChic said...

Oh, I have heard fabulous things about this musical. Lucky you! How fun!!! :)

Lori said...

Oh how wonderful!!! I was supposed to go in spring of 2008 in Chicago and couldn't cause of my frealin back! Maybe one day...I heard it was a awesome show!! Stop by Victoria, tell me how pink you are!!!! Love,Lori

Victoria Plum said...

Oh my god!! I just LOVE Wicked!!! I have seen it twice - first time with Indina Menzel as Elphaba - the second time with Kerry Ellis!! I will definitely go and see it again! What was your favourite part? I love Defying Gravity!!

Have you read the book? It's worth a read - very different to the musical and much sadder ....

I'm off to see Les Mis again in a couple of weeks (saw it about 10 years ago!) and West Side Story (again!!) at the beginning of May in Birmingham with my Mum ... and Evita in October!! I just love shows!!!!

Hope you are enjoying this lovely sunny Sunday!
xxxx

Priscilla said...

Oh I want to go see this, I studied drama a few year ago and a few people there went to see it. and raved about it...and now some other people I know have seen it! I also want to read the book, glad you liked it, thanks for sharing. Have fun learning to knit, hope the links are useful, let us know how you get on

Pricilla x

Vintage Amethyst said...

I haven't seen it but I did read the book but wasn't overly impressed by the book, it was ok but not great and not something I would read again. I wonder if the musical differs much from the book?
Glad you had a good time.
Love
Alison
x

Cottage Way of Life said...

Love that show. Before it originally went to Broadway it started its life as a show in San Francisco with its out of town tryouts. I wanted to see it sooo bad, but only had one day to spare, couldn't take the time to make a trip from the LA area up to San Francisco. Such was my desire to see the show though, that I did something wild (something I have not repeated since). I decided to live the lifestyle of the rich and famous, and I flew up to San Francisco, saw the show (loved it!), then hopped back on a plane and flew back down to LA. As I was driving back home from the airport, I realized I could make it to Disneyland in time to see the nightly fireworks. So I did. Perfect end to a perfect, whirlwind day. A little expensive, but worth every penny for a day I will never forget.

Taz said...

I was lucky enough to see this on Broadway last year. It is an amazing show!

Suzie Button said...

Hi Victoria, Yes, I have been lucky enough to see "Wicked" and just loved it! I saw it last year, I believe it was, the costumes, the whole show, was fabulous! Happy Easter to you! Suzie

The Curious Cat said...

Cute blog! You sound a lot like me! I really want to go see this show too - I used to know Geoffrey Maguire when I was a small child. I used to bombard him because he was a writer and I wanted to grow up and be one too, so I used to show him my stories and ask for feedback. He had a few books published then which were great but I'm so glad he went on to have such amazing success with this!