Verdict: Five stars.

If you grew up in the 1980s, the chances are the soundtrack to your childhood was produced by Stock, Aitken and Waterman.

The powerhouse of producers, made up of Pop Idol judge Pete Waterman, Matt Aitken and Mike Stock, were responsible for a cultural phenomenon that defined the sound of an era and created a whole host of popstars including Kylie Minogue and Rick Astley. 

It was therefore only a matter of time before this distinctive sounding back catalogue of pop classics made their way onto the stage for I Should Be So Lucky: The Musical. 

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In a similar vein to the ABBA jukebox musical Mamma Mia! the show has an original story created by Debbie Isitt backed by an incredible soundtrack.

Known as the brains behind the popular Christmas movie series Nativity! Debbie introduces the audience to the love story of Ella (Lucie-Mae Sumner) and Nathan (Billy Roberts). They are due to wed until Nathan has a change of heart leaving Ella jilted at the alter. 

Heartbroken and at a low, Ella decides to go on her honeymoon to Turkey after some convincing from her mischievous bridal party including the hilarious Michael (Scott Paige). There she meets the charming and handsome tour guide Nadeem (Matthew Croke) while Nathan travels to Turkey in a desperate bid to win her back. 

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A classic rom-com packed with laughs, the story had the audience in stitches from start to finish. Each moment of the narrative weaved the way for Kylie's hits I Should Be So Lucky, Never Too Late and Better the Devil You Know. While Bananarama's Love In The First Degree, Dead or Alive's You Spin Me Round (Like A Record) and Jason Donovan's Too Many Broken Hearts enhanced the Stock, Aitken and Waterman experience. 

Kylie in a virtual form makes an appearance throughout and is just phenomenal. She takes on a fairy godmother-type role and delights the audience with her presence. 

It is difficult to single out one cast member in this show because they all had their moment to shine. Their chemistry on stage was off the charts with brilliant comic timing to deliver each punchline. They enhanced the feel-good factor of this musical. 

As a little girl, my first experience of music was Kylie and Jason, and for that reason, the show felt extra special. It delivered heaps of nostalgia taking you back to a moment in time. And even if you didn't experience the soundtrack at the time, there is no doubt you will still leave this show grinning from ear to ear. 

Catch I Should Be So Lucky: The Musical at The King's Theatre until Saturday, February 17.