The much loved five–time Oscar®-nominated film is brought to life by a cast of remarkably talented actor-musicians and set to a critically acclaimed re-orchestrated score.
Amélie, played by the delightful Audrey Brisson (The Elephantom, Pinocchio and Pericles at National Theatre, The Grinning Man at Bristol Old Vic), secretly improvises small, but extraordinary acts of kindness discovering the possibilities around every corner and bringing happiness to those she encounters. When a chance at love comes her way, Amélie realises that to find her own contentment she’ll have to risk everything and say what’s in her heart.
Although times are hard for dreamers, Amélie is someone to believe in.
A charming, silly delight for when the world feels merde
This musical version of the beloved French film isn’t deep, but it is fun
A wonderfully wistful evening
An absolute must-see - and one of the best shows of the year by far
Clever staging and warm performances make this adaptation of Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s film a visual treat
Delightful, weird, and warm-hearted musical adaptation of the popular French film
It's the perfect production of a delicious musical that audiences won't want to miss
As it is, it’s touching and funny, a very pleasant evening’s entertainment
As the imaginative, insular, charmingly strange and strangely charming Amélie, French-Canadian actor Audrey Brisson is clear-voiced and straight-backed
Enchantingly bizarre, charming throughout and sumptuously produced
Audrey Brisson is a charming delight