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"Duncan James was joined by Simon Green as ageing transsexual Bernadette, and Adam Bailey as Adam, also known as the fabulously bitchy Felicia, who both carried their roles with ease, each giving note-perfect performances and delivering killer lines which had the audience in stitches. As a trio they worked fantastically well together, finding time to produce some genuinely tender moments in among the crude jokes and outrageous performances."

MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS

 

"As Adam/Felicia Adam Bailey's spoilt brat radiates energy and self-regard and sets unparalleled records on the preenometer...the three central performances are all excellent"

WHAT’S ON STAGE

 

"And so to Adam Bailey as Felicia. Playing the youngest traveller, a footloose and fancy free hedonist, Adam

had the moves, the voice – and a face that scrubs up well in lipstick and lashes. His solo numbers, including

Hot Stuff and a bonkers operatic lip-sync perched on top of a giant shoe, were among the best in the show.”

PORTSMOUTH NEWS

 

"Adam Bailey brings hilarious flamboyance to the role of Felicia"

THE PUBLIC REVIEWS

 

"Adam Bailey gives us a lovable Felicia"

THE SHIELDS GAZETTE

 

"Adam Bailey brought the abundance of youthful exuberance required to bring Felicia to life in all her

pouting, finger pointing and strutting glory."

CHRONICLE LIVE

 

"Most inspired is the choice of Adam Bailey as Mary Sunshine the newspaper reporter who follows the

trials of both Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly; Bailey has a startlingly good singing voice."

THE PUBLIC REVIEWS

 

"Adam Bailey who played Mary Sunshine has a fantastic vocals range and showcased an effortless

faulsetto voice with ease."

DEMON MEDIA

 

"Notably brillaint however amongst the company is Adam Bailey's Mary Sunshine."

JONATHON BAZ

 

"Adam Bailey is magnificent in the role of tortured soul Marilyn, dear friend of Boy George. Bailey

exudes a diva-like charm and there are some terribly sad moments when his character falls prey to

drugs. Bailey gives a heart-wrenching interpretation of Marilyn’s spiral into eventual decay."

FIONA LISTER

 

"There was not a weak performance in the cast, with standout performances from Paul Baker as Philip Sallon, Matthew Rowland as an unmistakable Boy George and my personal star of the show, a ridiculously-attractive-in-drag Adam Bailey as pop singer Marilyn."

TRACEY SINCLAIR