While talking about the character Bunny Caldwell, I should give a warning here that in the age we are living in and your viewpoint, you might find the film, as the show, a little problematic. The character Bunny Caldwell is a racist, towards Ronald but not Kathryn, which left me a little confused. There are also homophobic slurs used. Interestingly, these are not the same words used in the film, but talking to other patrons in the interval, they still took offence. Within the context of the show, based on a movie 25 years ago, I think they did a great job of capturing that period of time.
The two remaining leading ladies are Rhianne-Louise McCaulsky, giving a fantastic performance as Kathryn with some incredible solos; then Abbie Budden, making her professional debut as Annette Hargrove, she was confident, charismatic, and full of talent.
I loved the moment at the end where they are handing out the photocopies of the journal. For me, this works so much better than the movie, as a cast member shouted out something along the lines of "this is a copy of Sebastian's journal" in amazement as they pass the photocopies out to the audience, immersing us in the action and distracting us from the events on stage.