The rough and ready fairytale story

Pretty Woman the musical tells the story of the well-known 80s romcom movie,  Pretty Woman.

You find Vivian and Kit working the streets of Beverly Hills, trying to survive using their wits and their bodies

A handsome billionaire (Edward) looking for directions, ends up being just a person to turn Vivian’s life around

With comedy moments set on Rodeo Drive, with snooty shopowners, along with the locals on the street themselves, the cast of the show gave a great performance throughout. 

In particular Ore Oduba, who played multiple roles with a great number of costume changes, was a fun, narrator star character throughout, engaging with the audience, while providing us with a great singing voice and fantastic dance moves 

The stars of the show, Vivian (Amber Davies) and Edward (Oliver Savile) both had lovely gentle voices, which they used so well, rather than belting out every song as many West End singers do, they used volume control to bring a real softness and beauty to their voices

Minor Roles, such as the opera stars, and the bellboy were performed, excellently, with fantastic voices and brilliant comedy skits for our benefit. 

One final mention is to Kit De Luca (Natalie Paris) who has a beautiful voice and gave a great supporting performance 

Would happily watch this show again, so get your tickets and hurry down to the Bristol Hippodrome.

Pretty woman is at the Bristol Hippodrome until 11th November with tickets from £13.