Danielle Tarento in association with Southwark Playhouse presents
Mack & Mabel
“abso-bloody-lutely magnificent... an Olympic proof hit”
★★★★★  Front Row Dress
“glorious staging with some of the highest production values a fringe show has surely ever seen”
★★★★  Evening Standard
“moving, witty, classy and musically superb... one of the hits of the year, on or off West End”
★★★★  The Public Reviews
“this version is superb”
★★★★  Time Out
“this production is the perfect fringe tonic that doesn't shy away from the toxic either”
 The Stage
“quite definitely the musical of the year”
★★★★★  Remote Goat
“Lee Proud's choreography is Broadway-worthy”
★★★★  Time Out
“Laura Pitt-Pulford travels the arc of Mabel's career with pure brilliance and an effortless singing voice”
★★★★  One Stop Arts
“a moving, weighty experience that is not to be missed”
 The London Magazine
“all bets are off...this winning production has every show in London trumped hands down!”
★★★★★  Extra Extra
“this dark and daring musical comes bursting out of a tunnel at Southwark Playhouse, auditioning for its West end transfer”
★★★★  Broadway Baby
“Laura Pitt-Pulford is mesmerising from the moment she stumbles gauchely into Sennett's studio”
 The Guardian
“a high class fringe show that doesn't have to hide behind the big West End productions”
 Confessions of a Showgirl
“a better value-for-money ticket you would be hard pressed to find in London”
★★★★  Gay Times
“without a doubt one of the best musicals I have seen away from the west End in years”
★★★★★  Backstage Pass
“a witty, tender and good-looking production with a fine score, a tight cast, full band and one big star in the making in Laura Pitt-Pulford”
★★★★  Broadway Baby
“simply the most eloquent, beautiful production I've seen... truly magnificent”
★★★★★  Mellowday
“rivetingly focusing on the grit behind the glamour, Norman Bowman lends Mack and air of determination and loneliness”
★★★★  Sunday Express
“as musicals go, it is impossible to fault the technical execution...a memorable production and a brave reworking”
 The Upcoming
“there is nothing in this pitch-perfect production that is not West End quality”
 Curtain Up
“the songs are premier league; I Won't Send Roses and Time Heals Everything are nothing short of genius and they're gloriously sung here accompanied by a terrific band”
★★★★  Attitude
  • Thom SoutherlandDirector
  • Lee ProudChoreographer
  • Iain Vince-GattMusical Supervisor
  • Michael BradleyMusical Director
  • Jason DenvirSet& Costume Designer
  • Howard HudsonLighting Designer
  • Andrew JohnsonSound Designer
  • Chrissy MaddisonCostume Supervisor
  • Simon MoneyVoice/Accent Coach
  • Mark AspinallAssociate Musical Director
  • David WarwickProduction Manager
  • Elizabeth PatrickDeputy Stage Manager
  • Constança LoboSound No 1
  • Adam MottleyProduction Electrician
  • Rosanna GrimesAssistant Stage Manager
  • Freya MartinAssistant Stage Manager
  • Annabel VereProduction Photographer
  • Pete ShawGraphic Designer
  • Danielle TarentoProducer/Casting Director
  • Caggy KerlogueAssistant to the Producer