|Mam I'm 'ere|
New musical Mam I'm 'ere! spends Xmas at Liverpool Dome
Date: 26 November 2012
Following The Last 5 Years, and David Mamet’s comedy, A Life In The Theatre, Liverpool Theatre company Life in Theatre are bringing Mam! I’m ‘ere! to the Dome in Liverpool. This new musical features Liverpool’s Eithne Browne, Helen Carter, Paul Duckworth, Stephen Fletcher, Rachel Rae, Andrew Schofield, Alan Stocks, and Keddy Sutton.
Sally (Rachel Rae) was abandoned as a tiny baby on her Dad’s doorstep. 23 years on, she is getting married to her childhood sweetheart, Si (Stephen Fletcher), in the ‘picturesque’ setting of her Dad’s failing Caravan site, and longs to have her Mum alongside her for her special day.
After digging into her Dad’s little black book, and teasing out stories from Dave’s best mates (Alan Stocks and Paul Duckworth), she has narrowed her search down to three very different women from his past (Eithne Browne, Helen Carter and Keddy Sutton).
Believing they’ve won a mystery, all-expenses paid, glamorous mini-break away, the three ‘Mums’ find themselves walking onto a creaky caravan site, greeted by an old flame some of them would rather forget, and right into Sally’s trap.
Mam I'm 'ere is said to be jam-packed with classic Disco hits such as "Boogie Wonderland" and runs at the Dome in Liverpool from 7 December - 12 January.
- by Glenn Meads
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|Fantastic show, very very funny, excellent music too, all the cast were amazing, staff who worked there were very heplful too! If it ever shown again then I would advise everyone to go and see it. - Clare ||13 Jan 13|
|This was hilerous and well performed by all with the band in harmony. So many talented people on one stage. we are looking out for your next show already !! - Sue, Anne, Cath and Marie||13 Jan 13|
|Only found out about this show yesterday (11 January). Why wasn't it widely advertised. I live in Liverpool and regularly attend theatre. These guys have brilliant talent and many will have missed this show. Any plans for a re-ru???????? - Theatre goer||12 Jan 13|
|We travelled up from Kent on 22nd December to catch the show before Christmas. Unfortunately, due to one of the Performers being taken ill, the Show was cancelled. We decided to extend our stay in Liverpool to catch the next show on the 27th. We were so glad we did. The show was fantastic and worth a lot more than the £15 ticket price. The Comedy & singing by all the actors was brilliant, backed by a very good band. If you live in or near Liverpool and want something to lift you out of those post-Christmas / January ‘blues’, then get along to the Dome and boogie the night away. A great night out. - John - Kentish Man||02 Jan 13|
|why wasn't this on the Royal court? i have so missed out! gonna try and get tickets - Caz||18 Dec 12|
|Me and the wife were in liverpool for a few days and were advised to try and see this production,we thought it was fantastic!!!!!.If you live in Liverpool,if you do one thing this xmas,make sure you go and see this,A proper bargain night of entertainment. - keith and dee from Brum||17 Dec 12|
|Mam I'm 'ere. very funny. Absolutely fantastic. These guys deserve to succeed and will be producing quality work for many years - Paul leake||10 Dec 12|
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