Stage School – Radio Times Review

left to right - Durone, Megan, Luke, Angela, Jamie, Joe R (floor) OJ, PIA (on shoulders of OJ) Daniella, Joe C, Casey, Betsy (leaning on Casey) Rachael (stood on the piano) Mo and Josh

Radio Times, Sarah Carson
6th September 2016

“I saw Stage School, and realised what TOWIE, Made in Chelsea, and all the others had been missing all these years: musical numbers. Because when TOWIE-meets-Glee-meets-Fame-meets-High School Musical-meets a can of L’Oreal Casting Crème Gloss – and the high-drama unfolds.

Stage School won’t assault your synapses in the manner of Dostoyesky, but it’s an addictive ride as you observe its attractive cast – you’d swipe right on all of them, but you’d only last one date; your pupils would dilate in horror the minute they opened their mouths (hopefully to sing) and you’d have to up and leave the Nando’s – try their very best to Live Their Normal Lives, while also simultaneously attempt to Get Noticed and Make It Big. Wholly recommended viewing. “Love the energy.”

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