Review: Christina Bianco - Party Of One

Christina Bianco
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IF you haven’t heard about Christina Bianco, you’re missing out.

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Assemby, George Square

This show is a hilarious musical comedy journey telling how Bianco came to be a multi-voiced Party of One; from child actor to her first acting job to breaking boundaries in the singing world.

The thing about impressionists is that if no one knows who the voice is, it doesn’t work.

Bianco manages to keep her voices up to date, with a few of her classics; Julie Andrews, Barbara Streisand and Celine Dion singing things you really wouldn’t expect.

She opens up to a wider range of people in the audience with popular singers Ariana Grande, Jessie J and Iggy Azalea.

Even if you don’t know all the voices that she is putting on there is bound to be at least one in her A to Z range of divas that you’ve heard of.

A lot of different voices but she manages to nail them and sound scarily like each one.

Her renditions of Bang Bang and Born This Way will have people joining.

Despite the name of the show, Bianco won’t be left partying by herself by the end of it.

Run ended