This was an evening for those who love the Broadway musicals but also those getting to know them. Lesley-
Simply set, a piano a stool ( which served as a prop) and Lesley Anne ( turned out beautifully in the obligatory black evening dress for the first half) subtle lighting and a sound system that held on ( just) to music from Gershwin and Lesser, Sondheim and Porter, Bernstein and even Tom Lehrer.
The arrangements were right on the money, Lesley Anne displayed great versatility the 'Poisoning pigeons in the Park' encore was outrageously funny. A packed house applauded appreciatively and our only complaint was the show needs to move to a larger venue, at times Lesley Anne seemed to have the brakes on so as not to overwhelm the venue with a powerful soprano that we have been fortunate to hear at larger venues.
If you like the Musicals, actually even if you don't, make a point of catching Lesley Anne and Paul Knight, you will not be disappointed.