Dame Julie Andrews returned to the stage after a 30 year break last Saturday night, but it seems not all fans were happy.
Various national newspapers are reporting that Andrews barely sang at all and that there were around 2,000 people who walked out.
According to reports, backing singers did most of the work, while Andrews sang just two songs.
The Mary Poppins star was given a standing ovation at the beginning of the evening, and although there has been a backlash from some dissatisfied fans, organisers AEG insisted that the evening “finished with a standing ovation. That speaks for itself.”
However Joan Craven from Sheffield told the Mirror newspaper: “It was a shambles, a rip-off at £90 a ticket. It was either this or Bon Jovi. We wish we’d seen Bon Jovi.”
Dame Julie, now 74, had an operation in 1997 when surgeons operated to remove growths from her vocal cords. There have been reports on the internet that fans have queued for hours for refunds.
However, one Andrews fan said she really enjoyed the show. “She was magical. Okay she didn’t sing much, but the show was brilliant nevertheless and many people enjoyed it. I love her.”