Husband and I have been to the ballet a couple of times. We thought that was rather fun. We've seen Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake and The Car Man. I'd always wanted to see The Mousetrap but found it rather boring when I went. I think it was a bit like watching an Alfred Hitchcock film, everyone has copied it so much, it's lost its edge. I think the things that I have seen that have made the most lasting impact would be War Horse, The Woman in Black and The Lion King.
I read the last couple of posts too fast and thought we'd moved on from musicals to Shakespeare.
I didn't like Les Mis. It's undoubtedly a great production, great music, great set. It just wasn't my thing. I loved The Lion King, I think that's an amazing production. Have seen Cats at least twice and lost count on how many times I've been to see Rocky Horror.