Review: Music of the Night at Exmouth Pavilion
PUBLISHED: 17:00 03 December 2018
Picture: Emma Crane of Exmouth Photo Services
Beautiful harmonies, powerful vocals and slick choreography in evening of cabaret-style entertainment
If you didn’t make it to see Exmouth Musical Theatre Company’s Music of the Night, you missed a thoroughly enjoyable evening.
The Company delighted the audience with beautiful harmony singing and slick choreography There were some powerful vocal performances and strong numbers that provided a balanced and entertaining spectacle.
The simple red and black staging, atmospheric lighting and well-balanced sound added to the enjoyment of the evening, all wrapped up in a cabaret style seating arrangement at the Exmouth Pavilion.
The programme included musical numbers from old favourites and new productions currently in the West End and on Broadway. It is impossible to choose any individuals for praise as the whole company worked incredibly hard to produce this quality production that demonstrated so much talent and energy. The varied programme culminated in two vibrant and memorable chorus numbers.
Congratulations must go to Lance Vernon, Kate and Ant Lees and all the production team for a concert that provided something for everyone. A truly great night of entertainment.
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