★★★★★ "spine-tinglingly good." Musical Theatre Review
★★★★ "Not so much The Play That Goes Wrong as the play that goes bonkers...absolutely scrummy!" Londontheatre1.com
"A spiffing production, complete with pitch-perfect singing and choreography timed to comic perfection" British Theatre Guide
★★★★ "Perfect for the whole family, DAISY PULLS IT OFF still makes you laugh and delivers great musician-actor performances" Theatre Weekly
"This Daisy is pure, unadulterated fun" Theatreworld Internet Magazine
★★★★ "A gifted cast of graduating actor-musicians from GSA strike all the right notes in this parody romp, which still proves wholly good-natured, enjoyably entertaining, waggish fun" Act Drop
"New actor-muso Daisy Pulls It Off is absolutely ripping, with a topping new musical score" The Prickle
★★★★ “One not to be missed” Pocket Sized Theatre
Fresh from a sell-out run at the Bellairs Theatre, the first graduating year of GSA’s BA Actor-Musician programme brings this unique production full of quirky characters, splendid scrapes and fabulous friends, to delight West End audiences.
1927 - Daisy Meredith is the first scholarship girl taken from an elementary school to be granted access to the hallowed halls of the prestigious Grangewood School for Young Ladies. Enthusiastic and plucky to the last, Daisy finds herself struggling against unspeakable snobs Sybil Burlington and Monica Smithers, who concoct ghastly schemes to get her expelled. Ably assisted by her new best friend, madcap Trixie Martin, Daisy finds herself caught up in a series of irresistible adventures including the search for missing “Beaumont Treasure”. Can Daisy work out the mysterious clues and save the school from closure? What secrets does the enigmatic Mr Scoblowski hide?
This riotous and affectionate pastiche of a classic girls' school story was a huge West End hit and won the Olivier Award and Drama Theatre Award for Best Comedy when first produced by Andrew Lloyd Webber in 1983.
“Daisy Pulls it Off celebrates, with a sly wit and a big heart, an arguably sweeter, more innocent era” International Herald Tribune
Director Nicholas Scrivens
Music by Niall Bailey
Musical Staging Phyllida Crowley Smith
By arrangement with The Really Useful Group Ltd.
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