Johnson Willis enchants audiences in with ‘Amelie the Musical’ in the West End

Johnson Willis will reprise his role of Collignon and Dufayel in the West End of the musical that has delighted the UK this year. Following a a sell-out run at the Watermill theatre and tour, ‘Amelie the Musical’ will continue to enchant audiences at the Other Palace in the West End until February 2020.

★★★★- ‘A Charming delight for when the world feels merde’- Evening Standard
★★★★- ‘A wonderfully wistful evening’- The Telegraph
★★★★- ‘An Exhilarating experience’- The Times

★★★★- ‘Amélie the Musical review – a rocking realisation of the film’- The Guardian
★★★★ ‘A strong ensemble of actor-musicians fill out the show’s cast of melancholy eccentrics, demonstrating adequately tuned French accents
 and some wonderfully expressive playing on accordion, piano and strings. Johnson Willis moves with a consummate delicacy at odds with the rough 
textures of his voice as brittle-boned, Renoir-obsessed shut in Dufayel.’- The Stage 


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