The Queen’s Theatre is over the moon with two five-star reviews and the wide critical acclaim for the musical Made in Dagenham.


London Theatre 1‘s glowing write-up pronounces the production “A stunning and sensational show manufactured to a superb standard.”


The Musical Theatre Review is bursting with praise for the show’s skilful portrayal of an inspirational piece of local history and how wonderfully it weaves together comedy and emotion.


And The Guardian has selected the production to sit amongst its exclusive list of top tickets to get this week!


The 27-strong actor-musician production is also gathering enormous acclaim from critics across the board. Here’s what they’re saying:


“It wins us over — in its rousing calls to arms, its salute to solidarity and sheer gutsiness.”

The Times


FOUR STARS “This musical…has made a triumphant homecoming with a feisty new production…Essex audiences are loving it”

Daily Mail


FOUR STARS “Douglas Rintoul’s lovely, lively production bubbles with ebullient good humour, but isn’t afraid to let the bad times have their moments too”

Evening Standard


FOUR STARS “So heartfelt and sincere… Terrific cast”

The Stage


FOUR STARS “An entertaining, heart-warming reminder of an important battle in the struggle for women’s rights”

Reviews Hub


“Go for the songs, the jokes and a thoroughly brilliant night of entertainment”

Romford Recorder


“Incredibly funny… fabulous songs, witty and heart-wrenching…An empowering play for everyone”

East London Enquirer


“Hilarious, heartfelt, passionate and uplifting…simply outstanding…buying tickets to see it again”

Phoenix FM


“Dazzlingly good”

Reviews Gate


“Perfect balance of humour, emotion and the serious message of equality and a fight for justice that remains significant today.”

Yellow Advertiser


“The best show I’ve seen at the Queen’s Theatre”

Hornchurch Life


“Full of fantastic voices and phenomenal performances”

West End Wilma


Read reviews in full here. 


Made in Dagenham – The Musical runs until 17 September. Call the Box Office on 01708 443333 or book online.

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