If you’ve ever watched street dance on Britain’s Got Talent and thought ‘wow’, you will love this show. Blaze is filled with ‘wows’ as a troupe of 16 seriously talented international dancers break, lock and pop with impressive skill.
The show is full of feel-good music and dance that will get you smiling, tapping your toes and dancing along. There’s even an ‘Atomic Food’ routine with moves like ‘spreading the butter’ and ‘chopping the ham’ that the audience can join in with.
Whilst the energetic pace isn’t maintained throughout Blaze’s 90 minutes, there are plenty of dynamic numbers that make it a wonderful evening out. With half-price tickets for under 16s, it’s a great show for children, and we saw plenty of adults of all ages bopping away in the audience too.
With headstands, backflips and even some tap, Blaze is dynamic, impressive, and most of all, fun.
Blaze is at the Peacock Theatre until 8 March. Tickets priced £12-38 (under 16s half price) available here.
Londonist received a complimentary ticket to review the show.