Five star review for Cabaret

Five star review for Cabaret

Published: 16/03/2016


The Herald

A complete triumph

There is absolutely no weak link in the whole company

The latest musical production from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland,Cabaret, has received a glowing five-star review from The Herald. The sold-out run of this iconic musical opened on Saturday night and will end on Friday with a special Gala Performance.

Cabaretfeatures performances from BA Musical Theatre students, accompanied by musicians from the School of Music with the phenomenal input from Production studentswho are responsible for stage management, set construction, design and costumes. Alumniof the conservatoire are also involved, with recent graduate Kenneth Macleod providing design for the “perfectly realised, cleverly adaptable set”.

The complete review is available to read here.

If you’ve missed out on a chance to see this five-star show, visit the RCS Flickr gallery to see some of the images from the show.

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