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Heels of Glory is one of the 10 Best New Musicals in London:

1. Show Boat
2. Titanic
3. Beautiful
4. Funny Girl
5. The Go-Between
6. Aladdin
7. Kinky Boots
8. Heels of Glory
9. Guys and Dolls
10. Motown
 

Heels of Glory cannot be beaten and should be on everyone’s calendar to experience as soon as possible.”

“You will have seen a great story and been thoroughly entertained by consummate professionals who should be thinking of taking this lovely show closer to the centre of town.” (5 stars)
 
“I thoroughly recommend Heels of Glory, especially with this very strong and interesting cast. Well done to the writer Tricity Vogue and the team — a fab drag musical.”
 
“...action packed plot, catchy high energy music and a sterling cast of henchmen and drag queens...”
 
See a short video of the cast rehearsing, along with interviews with Topsie Redfern, Tricity Vogue and Richard Link.
 
Topsie Redfern is interviewed on this award-winning LGBT radio magazine show. Hear how Topsie discovered Splendorella’s character, and how Topsie’s experience in this show is quite a change from cabaret. (The interview starts right after the music, at 3:57.)
 
Topsie Redfern is interviewed by The Widow Stanton, and is asked whether she was a horrendous show-off as a child and whether her parents have sparkly costumes in the wardrobe.
 
“...a headline event that will bring great entertainment and joy to the LGBT+ community”
 
“It’s funny and touching. It’s a laugh but it also speaks about the human condition. It has so much heart. It also has great songs — glorious, full-fat singalong tunes, tongue-in-cheek naughty numbers, big ballads, and an all-singing, all-dancing finale. It sends up all the action adventure clichés, but instead of violence and guns, there’s all the attitude, cheekiness and sauce of drag. It’s a comic book world come alive — a glamorous, larger-than-life world of goodies and baddies and sequins.”
 
 
You can also check out audience feedback.
 

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