MUSICAL Theatre Salisbury's (MTS) rendition of Sister Act is pure comedy gold, and leaves guests feeling 'Fabulous Baby!'.

The comedic musical based on the 1992 film has been performed by the triple- threat company at the City Hall all of this week, with a 34-strong cast, live music and of course a few nun costumes.

MTS newbie and dance and drama teacher, Bethany Dickinson, plays leading lady Deloris Van Cartier, an animated and sparkling young star who wants to be in the spotlight as a nightclub singer.

Witnessing her boyfriend commit a murder forces Deloris' dreams to come to an abrupt halt as she must go into hiding in a convent, disguised as Sister Mary Clarence.

Despite sticking out amidst a group of sensible, quiet nuns, Deloris is able to use her powerful singing voice to help the choir of angels too raise their voice, and in the process inject more soul into the church, all the while trying not to be discovered by evil Curtis (Derrick Foord) and his minions.

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Sister Act is of course brought to life through the gospel tunes throughout, and this was reflected by the audience as they clapped along to upbeat hits Take Me to Heaven, Raise Your Voice and It's Good to Be a Nun, music provided flawlessly by the live orchestra.

The solo ballads interspersed throughout the production highlighted the sheer talent of the local cast.

And a commendation must go to Emma Clammer who played the hilariously vigilant Mother Superior, mastering a power over the nuns and bringing her motherly character to life with just one look.

It was policeman Sweaty Eddie however who got the biggest cheer from the audience, for his brilliant solo performance of I Could Be That Guy, played by Josh Bradley.

From the slick choreography to perfected American accents and watching the chorus of nuns slowly but surely come out of their shells, in particular the talented Sister Mary Robert (Laura Shears), the musical was a pleasure to watch that really captured the essence of the professional stage show.

There are still tickets available for Sister Act showings tomorrow at 2pm and 7.30pm, for more information and to book visit the Salisbury City Hall website.