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Zorro the Musical, Charing Cross Theatre


📍Charing Cross Theatre

You know what I like the most in theatre? When you watch actors on the stage and you see them sincerely enjoying what they do and just having fun. “Zorro” delivers exactly that.
The whole ensemble is absolutely fantastic. From strong female voices (Luisa and Ines were outstanding) to choreographed to perfection spade fights. There’s flamenco, there are Spanish guitars, and even some real fire on stage (rarely seen treat, I think last time I saw real fire it was on “Prince of Egypt”).
Even the comedy factor that’s usually easy to turn to cringe, in this case was perfectly balanced: Garcia’s character is clumsy but never slapstick-clumsy.
I was smiling the whole time during the show. Big congratulations to the ensemble, who made the play truly unique. The participation of ensemble on such an equal level as main characters is so refreshing to see!

Zorro the Musical – The company © Pamela Raith

Summary: best play of the month for me. If you feel like you would like to treat yourself and see a play, and only one play this month, go for “Zorro” . It will make you forget about the world and just enjoy the ride.

Zorro the Musical – © Pamela Raith
Zorro the Musical – © Pamela Raith


Zorro the Musical

Presented by Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment and John Gertz in association with Zorro USA, LLC with Bonnie Comley & Stewart F Lane and Linda Bernardi.

Music by The Gipsy Kings

Book & Lyrics by Stephen Clark

Original Story by Stephen Clark & Helen Edmundson

Co-Composition & Adaptation by John Cameron

In a New Adaptation by Christian Durham

Charing Cross Theatre

Ticket price:£25-£49.50


2 April – 28 May 2022

Off West End

Zuzanna Chmielewska

Digital Marketer by profession, published travel book author, avid theatre goer and an amateur Malaysia tour guide in my free time. Find me in one of London's theatres, travelling in Asia or cooking and photographing new recipes in my kitchen. I would try anything once (at least!). My theatre blog:




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