‘No more valuable than a tea towel with Diana’s head on it,’ says one critic of Diana the Musical. ‘Pathetic!’.


‘No more valuable than a tea towel with Diana’s head on it,’ says one critic of Diana the Musical. ‘Pathetic!’.

Although DIANA THE MUSICAL is available on Netflix today, one royal expert claims it is “no more valuable than a tea towel with Diana’s head on it,” according to This website.

The new musical based on Princess Diana’s life has been released on Netflix ahead of its Broadway premiere. It was shot at the Longacre Theatre without an audience last year and contains the original Broadway cast. Diana The Musical is the latest in a series of portrayals of the iconic Princess of Wales, which includes Season 4 of Netflix’s The Crown and Kristen Stewart’s Spencer.

However, royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams dismissed it as “yet another attempt to cash in on her memory,” claiming that the British audience will “lose nothing” if it does not make it to the West End.

“It will be streamed, not going to the West End,” he remarked.

“There’s nothing missing, and based on the trailer, it appears to be another attempt to cash in on her memory.”

“It did make it to Broadway, but watching snippets from it is excruciating.”

“In two words, pa thetic,” as the famous Sam Goldwyn may have put it.

It appears to be worthless, like a souvenir tea towel with Diana’s head on it.”

He called The Crown “appallingly inaccurate,” saying that he had rarely seen a realistic depiction of Diana.

“I have rarely seen or read anything that correctly reflects the late Princess of Wales,” he told this website.

“She wasn’t a saint, nor was she completely evil.

“Instead, she had mental flaws that made her a highly complex individual who was completely unsuited to the rigors of being a princess.”

He also stated that after seeing The Crown and being underwhelmed, he will not be watching Diana The Musical.

Diana married Prince Charles in 1981 and had two boys with him, Prince William and Prince Harry, before divorcing him in 1992.

Their divorce was finalized in 1996, a year before she died tragically in a vehicle accident in 1997.

Diana captivated the world throughout her 15 years in the spotlight, garnering the affection and adoration of millions around the globe.

Diana The Musical was scheduled to premiere in New York in March 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic, it was forced to cancel its plans.

It was directed by Tony award-winner Christopher Ashley, known for. “Brinkwire Summary News”.


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