I AM probably in the minority having never seen this production or even knew the story but I was not disappointed.
From the beginning I was enthralled, with this simple tale, told through the music and words of Rice and Webber. The songs were delivered clearly and note perfect. Jennifer Potts guided us through the story brilliantly.
Joseph played by Keith Jack combined boyish charm, emotion and humour in the role. He combined these elements with his clear and powerful voice to give a superb performance.
Supported by a fantastic cast, and a special mentions must go to Adam Jarrell as the Elvis Pharaoh, who had the audience clapping and singing along, and also to the choir.
A show full of catchy songs with a solid but simple storyline, which made for a very entertaining evening, definitely worth going to see.
Review by Sue Eaton.
Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat will be running at Milton Keynes Theatre until Sunday. To book tickets, call the box office on 0844 871 7652 or by visiting www.atgtickets.co.uk/milton-keynes-theatre.