The Great British Bake Off has become something of an obsession for us. It’s the type of show that is bound to inspire that type of loyalty.
It’s not the sort of thing that you can watch passively while scrolling on your phone, it demands your full attention. The banter that takes place between the contestants is awesome, not to mention Matt and Noel’s witty little rejoinders.
Prue and Paul always have polite criticisms to balance them out, which is nice. The competition blends with the nostalgia, creating an environment that would seem to be perfect for a musical. If this was a wish that you have had, you are in luck. It will not be long before this dream has a chance to become a reality.
Great British Bake Off: The Musical is on the way and we are already screaming in delight at all of the possibilities.
Best of all, the plans are already in place and we cannot wait. The premiere has already been slated to take place in Cheltenham this summer. The musical is going to function as a comedy and will follow the journey of eight different amateur bakers.
These bakers are going to be trying to bake their way to success. We’ll see how impressed the judges are with their efforts. The musical will be filled with original tunes and two judges and two presenters are going to be present. If you head to the Everyman Theatre website, they have a lovely synopsis that you are sure to love.
According to them, we are going to be able to “expect heart-warming characters, ounces of laughter, and mouth-watering music in this brand-new and original British musical, suitable for the whole family.”
The tickets are already available, as you can attend the show anytime between Friday, July 22 and Saturday, August 6th. If we had to guess, we believe that the tickets are going to sell out quickly. That means you will want to act fast!
There is just one question left to answer at this point and it is a simple one. We need to know if Paul Hollywood is going to be offering up his musical talents for this special occasion. Hopefully, that will be the case.SKM: below-content placeholder