“The best version of this song that I’ve ever heard”

‘The music itself ranges from modern rock and pop played on a radio through to the haunting compositions of composer Sarah Llewellyn, hummed, sung and played live by the multi-talented cast, as well as used as background to the action. […]

‘The music itself ranges from modern rock and pop played on a radio through to the haunting compositions of composer Sarah Llewellyn, hummed, sung and played live by the multi-talented cast, as well as used as background to the action. In a stroke of genius the well-known ‘Sigh no more, ladies’ traditionally sung by Balthasar is turned by Hero into a modern club anthem, focusing on a chorus of ‘Hey nonny, nonny’ and including the whole cast in a line-dance. The best version of this song that I’ve ever heard, it is worthy of any current song-and-dance pop-group and would surely hit the heights if released as a single.’
Wendy Attwell for the Shakespeare Revue Oct 19th ’07