Anna Morris: It's Got to Be Perfect

A crazy show following Anna as she tries to do everything to make sure her big day is perfect.

Anna Morris: It's Got to Be Perfect

Anna Morris embodies the bridezilla from hell in this hilarious and downright ridiculous show. From the moment the audience stands to welcome the bride, I could tell this was going to be quite something. Anna outdid even my wildest expectations. She was demanding, angry and absolutely hilarious as she constructed her 'perfect wedding' using members of the audience and her assistant to help her.

The whole audience got into the show from the get go, shouting out and singing along, with one audience member bringing the house down with a comment she shouted. Anna took everything in her stride and encouraged all sorts of mad things to happen. It was an hour of complete and utter craziness, and I loved every minute.

The lighting was dramatic and bright, changing with Anna's character's mood and heightening every moment. The sound was a selection of dramatic, upbeat and amazing songs you may never pick for a show about weddings, and this made it even better.

Obviously, the two hen parties in the room were having by far the best time I've seen anyone have in a show, and any married couples were finding the show suitably funny, having been through a wedding planning process themselves. Anna's character brought a new kind of crazy to a room packed full of audience all ready to see her rehearse for her big day.

Overall, this is an ideal show if you are, have done or will be planning a wedding at any point, and I definitely recommend it if you're looking for a good laugh. Get there early to make sure you don't miss out!

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Anna Morris: It's Got to Be Perfect is on at 15:55 every day until August 28th, excluding the 17th, at The Voodoo Rooms. Please note this show is an 18+ show. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.


Jo Nead

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I am a Hertfordshire based RADA graduate working in Stage Management. I like to knit, cook and travel and I can always be found in or talking about a theatre!

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