Knight Beverley ‘on fire’ after audience ‘burnt rats’ stops West End musical: ‘Stay your a** at home’

Knight Beverley was left “fuming” after the audience members “burned mice” interrupted West End shows she performed in.

Soul singer currently starring in Drifting girl in Garrick Theater, tells the story of the group of souls The Drifters and their manager Faye Treadwell.

On Thursday night (December 9), just a week after the show opened, Knight tweeted his disappointment after a rowdy audience forced the show to stop.

“Okay. If your intention is to go to the theater, get hysterical, stage, interrupt the show leading to a stoppage? My advice is to stay at your**,” Knight tweeted.

“People pay to go to the theater, not to suffer your folly. Done.”

She confirmed they were ejected by security, tweeting: “They were [removed], with a quickness. It was [the] second time in how many nights. There’s a level of aggression around right now that I don’t like. ”

In the comments, ticket sellers who attended that night claimed that the show was “interrupted” by drunken spectators, who had “joined in singing and drowned the cast”.

Adam J Bernard, Tarinn Callender, Matt Henry, Tosh Wanogho-Maud in ‘The Drifters Girl’

(Johan Persson)

One fan wrote: “There was a lot of humiliation during that time. “Perhaps limiting the number of drinks sold and not allowing people to bring in bottles from outside?”

You can read The Independentrating of Drifting girl here.

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Emma Bowman

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