I Can't Sing!


West End

London Palladium

Until Sat May 10

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    Nigel Harman (Simon)

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    Ashley Knight (Louis), Victoria Elliott (Jordy) and Nigel Harman (Simon)

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    Simon Lipkin (Barlow), Cynthia Erivo (Chenice) and Alan Morrissey (Max)

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    Victoria Elliott (Jordy), Nigel Harman (Simon) and Ashley Knight (Louis)

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    Shaun Smith and right Rowen Hawkins as Alterboyz

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Nigel Harman (Simon)

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Lida Rose

I went to this with very low expectations after reading mediocre and poor review so I was surprised at how enjoyable it was. It is essentially a Harry Hill musical about the X factor so don't go expecting anything high brow. It is daft, but funny with excellent and energetic performances. The Dermot actor is particularly good.

Oscar J

Pleasantly surprised at how good this was. I saw it last night and loved some of the tunes and found it genuinely funny even though I don't normally find Harry Hill that amusing...  

laura j

I went to see " I CANT SING" at the London Palladium last week  with my two sons aged 7 and 11 and we all really enjoyed it. The dancing and singing was fantastic. It was a " feel good" experience and laugh out loud. With jokes to keep both adults and children happy. Whether your a fan of X factor or Simon Cowell doesn't matter as it actually sends it all up in an intelligent and humorous way. Excellently written by Harry Hill I was glad I didn't read the reviews or we could have missed an uplifting and fun night out. .If Chekhov is your thing maybe give it a miss.

Philip E

Truly awful! No way was this 'infinity times better than Viva Forever'. If anything this was worse.