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Review of Madagascar The Musical


























Rating: 5 out of 5.

King Julian likes to move it move it and this show will have you wanting to join him 

Madagascar The Musical takes audiences on an exhilarating adventure alongside Marty the Zebra and his friends as they journey from captivity to the wild landscapes of Madagascar. The infectious energy of the production, coupled with its vibrant hip-hop style songs, had the audience eager to ‘move it move it’ in their seats from start to finish.

One of the standout elements of the show was the impeccable costume design, which brought the beloved characters to life with remarkable detail and authenticity. However, it was Karim Zeroual’s portrayal of King Julian that truly stole the spotlight. Despite performing the role on his knees, Zeroual effortlessly commanded the stage with his charismatic performance, demonstrating remarkable skill and agility. While the production employed minimal sets, the clever use of a rotating brick wall and a versatile background set effectively transported the audience from one scene to the next, maintaining a seamless flow throughout the performance. The enthusiastic response from the audience was palpable, with laughter, singing, and dancing echoing throughout the theatre. The inclusion of Mason the Monkey as the narrator added an extra layer of engagement, instantly immersing the audience in the world of the production and setting the tone for an unforgettable experience.

In conclusion, Madagascar The Musical delivers a truly unforgettable theatrical experience that is sure to leave audiences longing for more. With its infectious energy, stellar performances, and clever staging, this production is a must-see for theatre-goers of all ages. As the curtain falls, one thing is certain: the call of the wild will linger long after the final bow.