The Magic Flute review at Soho Theatre, London – 'an infectious sense of fun' - September 2017

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Luci Briginshaw's Queen of the Night has all the high notes, and Abigail Kelly's Pamina is more feisty than most."

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Photo Credit: Christopher Tribble - www.thestage.co.uk

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