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Legally Blonde The Musical

Legally Blonde The Musical

The smash hit Broadway and West End Musical based on the best loved movie follows beautiful and popular sorority sister Elle Woods who loves to be pampered and is passionate about pink. Read more …

When she is dumped by her boyfriend Warner Huntingdon III for a more serious girlfriend she puts down the credit cards and picks up the books. Packing up her trusty pooch, Bruiser, she bags herself a place at the prestigious Harvard Law School to try and win him back. With the support of her new friends she learns that you can be both smart and fashionable.


The critical consensus

Just like the chick-flick it’s based on, Legally Blonde The Musical is camp, clever and laugh out loud funny that’ll have you doing the Bend and Snap at every opportunity.

****(*)Sarah Moyes, All Edinburgh Theatre, 28/11/2017

So, take it for what it is, fun. Heaps of enjoyment to be had in a musical that never takes itself too seriously.

****(*)Dominic Corr, The Reviews Hub, 28/11/2017

Legally Blonde is a guilty pleasure to be proud of, especially in O’Keefe and Benjamin’s bombshell of a production! Omigod you guys! It’s like so totally rad!

****(*)Katie Stephen, Edinburgh Guide, 29/11/2017

Lucie Jones breezes through this as the perennially perky Elle with a comic skill matched by Rita Simons as hard-boiled hair-dresser Paulette in a feelgood tale of blonde ambition and millennial feminism in a peroxide-powered world.

****(*)Neil Cooper, Coffee-Table Notes, 29/11/2017

The audience can’t fail to leave smiling and if light and fluffy is what people are looking for in a musical then this pink party is sure to please.

***(*)(*)Aisling McGuire, The Wee Review, 28/11/2017

One perhaps yearns for more musicals based on new material, but, when film adaptations are as good as this one, it's proof that these are sometimes welcome too. Legally Blonde is feisty, funny, slick, tuneful and engaging, and this touring production doesn't disappoint.

****(*)Gregor Dickson, Broadway World, 01/12/2017

Although the tunes are instantly forgettable, the show itself delivers a radical and exuberant message about young women can define and empower themselves, while still having more fun than seems entirely possible, in just three hours of theatre.

****(*)Joyce McMillan, The Scotsman, 02/12/2017

Where and when?

King's Theatre, Glasgow from Monday April 23, 2018, until Saturday April 28, 2018. More info: www.theambassadors.com/kings/

Festival Theatre, Edinburgh from Monday November 27, 2017, until Saturday December 2, 2017. More info: http://www.edtheatres.com/festival

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