It is a theatrical experience like no over– and the latest incarnation of Rocky Horror bounds on to the stage once again this week.
Two young kids knock on a door of a castle to ask for help with their car. But their journey takes a very unexpected journey.
Legendary for its audience participation, it helps to create a unique atmosphere to enjoy and its one all of the performers seemeed to thrive on.
Probably the most heckled was Norman Pace’s Narrator who’s quick wit and satirical edge gave rise to some of the best laughs of the night.
And there are plenty of delights, most notably from Liam Tamne who plays Frank N Furter with oodles of confidence and an easy charisma which makes him incredibly likeable. None of the performers put a foot wrong.
My only criticism, and it is a slight one, is the band were a little too enthusiastic at points, drowning out the sound of the actors on the stage. Actors on stage often say that every night is a different performance. Well in this case, it’s true and is all the better for it.
It can be seen at Milton Keynes Theatre until Saturday July 30. Call 0844 871 7652 or visit www.atgtickets.co.uk/miltonkeynes to book.