Mam! I’m ‘Ere Review – Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool

Mam! I'm 'Ere 2022
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This is our review of Mam! I’m ‘Ere at Liverpool‘s Royal Court Theatre. So, let’s take a look at Mam! I’m ‘Ere!

Description Of Mam! I’m ‘Ere

One cold, windy night in Liverpool, Dad left Sally on his doorstep. Now, it’s 25 years later. And Sally meets the love of her life. Furthermore, they meet on her Dad’s struggling Disco holiday campsite in the heart of Wales. But someone is missing from the wedding plans: Sally’s mum. Sally hears stories from her Dad’s best friends. And Sally narrows down the search to three different women from her dad’s past.

All three women are told that they won a superb mini-break away to Wales. So, they all walk into the creaky caravan park. There, they meet an old flame that they wish to forget, thus falling straight into Sally’s trap. But the question is: who is Sally’s mother? The show stars many of Liverpool’s top theatre stars, as well as plenty of 1970s hits. So, come along, Get Down Tonight and have Good Times in this Disco Boogie Wonderland!

Analysis Of Mam! I’m ‘Ere

This was a fantastic and funny show with amazing scenery. The story is familiar to anyone that has watched Mamma Mia! But of course, there’s a local twist and plenty of daft one-liners that has the audience howling. The dances are very good and everyone looked like they really enjoyed themselves on stage. Additionally, the music is great to sing along with. Lynn Francis was very funny as usual, and Lindzi Germain played her part very well. I also loved Kacey Ainsworth’s accent which added to her comical scenes.

Andrew Schofield is always a delight as he was on typical form. Meanwhile, Hayley Sheen proved to be an amazing singer and performer. And not forgetting Alan Stocks, who had the audience laughing out loud on plenty of occasions. The standing ovation from the audience at the end was truly deserved for all involved.

Summary Of Mam! I’m ‘Ere

This is a terrific, nostalgic show that keeps us guessing and definitely keeps us laughing. It’s a trip down memory lane while also evoking modern references into the Scouse humour. All in all, it’s a hilarious and practically flawless feel-good show.

Notes

Target Audience: Ages 35+
Recommendation?: Yes

Overall Rating: 10/10 – Perfect