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They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, but what about a song? Can one picture inspire a song? How about fifteen photos? In 35mm, each photo creates a different song completely disconnected from the other creating fifteen different and unique moments frozen in time; a glimmer of a life unfolding, a glimpse of something happening. This stunning new multimedia musical explores a ground-breaking new concept in musical theatre...
This is 29 Acacia Road. And this is Eric Wimp. He's a schoolboy who leads an amazing double life. For when Eric eats a banana an amazing transformation occurs. Eric is Bananaman. Ever alert for the call to action.
William Bloom, a young man who is facing the imminent death of his father, the travelling salesman Edward. As his father lies on his deathbed, William recalls their time together and comes to realise he wasn't the impulsive liar he believed he was, and develops an understanding of Edward's exaggerations.
Based on Sutton Vane's "Onward Bound" and set on board a cruise ship in the autumn of 1924 as Britain mourns loved ones lost in the First World War.
Work in Progress performance.
His woman left him, he's broke, and it's almost five o'clock in the mornin'. But don't be worrying about our hero Nomax. Out of his '30s-style radio pop five guys named Moe who cajole, wheedle, comfort, and jazz him with the whimsical hit songs of Louis Jordan, one of the most beloved songwriting talents of the twentieth century.
Marble Arch pop-up Theatre. Marble Arch, London, W1C 1CX
Footloose centres on city boy Ren who moves with his family to a small town in middle America where rock music and dancing are outlawed for religious reasons. Sparks fly when Ren and the minister's teenage daughter rebel.
The year is 1967, and the Vietnam War is at its height. In New York City, a tribe of hippies rails against the establishment, protesting intolerance, brutality, and the dehumanization of society. When Claude, one of their own, gets drafted, he must make a decision about what values are worth fighting for. Songs include 'Aquarius', 'Good Morning Starshine', 'Let the Sunshine In'.
Award winning actor and musician.
A time-bending tale of music, politics and one of the world's most beloved composers. Known for the beautiful ballets Sleeping Beauty, Swan Lake and The Nutcracker, melodic brilliance of his symphonic works, piano concerti, overtures, operas and chamber music, a healthy 53-year-old Tchaikovsky conducted the premiere of his enigmatic Symphony No. 6, 'Path?tique' and, nine days later, , whether it was self inflicted or accidental, Tchaikowsly was dead. How he died is still a mystery.
Hershey Felder embodies the role of Irving Berlin, performing some of the great composer's most enduring songs and shares the backgrounds behind their creation including Alexander's Ragtime Band, There's No Business Like Show Business, Always, Blue Skies, White Christmas, Puttin On The Ritz and God Bless America. Irving Berlin's story begins as a child refugee from Czarist Russia, rising as a songwriter in New York's Tin Pan Alley and beyond to become one of the most celebrated composers of Broadway musicals, top charting hits and scores for Hollywood movies. This earned him eight Academy Award nominations, with George Gershwin calling him "the greatest songwriter that has ever lived".
A musical comedy set in the Sunnyside holiday Camp in the 1950's. Dazzling costumes, great dance routines and fabulous music are guaranteed as you journey through the rock 'n' roll years on an all singing, all dancing holiday of a lifetime.
Harry Witherspoon, an unassuming English shoe salesman, lives an uneventful life in East Grinstead, England. His life takes a dramatic turn when he learns that his uncle Anthony, a casino manager from Atlantic City, has been killed by his visually-challenged lover Rita. Harry learns that he stands to inherit $6 million dollars from his uncle - but only if he agrees to take his Uncle's corpse on a trip to Monte Carlo. Otherwise, the money will all go to his uncle's favourite charity, the Universal Dog Home of Brooklyn. In a quest to gain his uncle's inheritance, Harry sets out to fulfil uncle Anthony's dying wish. However, in Monte Carlo, he meets a host of quirky characters who are also in hot pursuit of his uncle's money?
It's the 1940s, wartime London. We meet Lysistrata as she gathers women around her from all walks of life, they have one aim; Peace. How will they achieve this? The women plan to force the men to sign a Peace Treaty by refusing to have sex with them until they do! That's by no means to say they won't make things as hard as possible to ensure they succeed; they will be teasing, they will be tempting but most importantly they will be working together to end the war. Their biggest opponent will be the Mayor of London and his four rather hopeless policemen (who have a secret penchant for Barbershop!); they are intent on ruining her plan. With the help of Beatrice, the leader of the chorus of London women, they will fight against the chorus of London men led by Bertie - a man who doesn't quite seem to be playing with the full deck... We will discover how it takes just one person to bring everyone together and make a difference, and we will see how much fun they can have doing so along the way! All will be bare in love and war.
Hershey Felder plays Leonard Bernstein in MAESTRO as he reveals the behind-the scenes tale of the making of a musical superstar. MAESTRO features selections from Bernstein's musicals and orchestral works including West Side Story, Candide, On The Town and Wonderful Town as well as compositions from those who inspired him including Beethoven, Mahler, Wagner, Copeland, and more.
Manhattan Parisienne - a New York story of differences and attraction, of two struggling artists and an unlikely meeting of minds. She is a French actress/singer. He is a Manhattan musician who has a history with Paris. Connected by music, they embark on a surreal journey through New York. Features excerpts of songs from the classic French and American songbooks by songwriters including Jacques Brel, George and Ira Gershwin, Michel Legrand, Cole Porter and Charles Aznavour.
When Deb loses her most precious possession - the notes to her graduate thesis - she unwittingly starts a chain of events that turns the ordinary days of four New Yorkers into something extraordinary. Told through a series of intricately connected songs and vignettes, Ordinary Days is an original musical about growing up and enjoying the view.
Sydney drag queen Mitzi and her two fish-out-water friends, Felicia and Bernadette, are heading west across the desert to Alice Springs in their battered old bus. They are each on their own personal journey of discovery, but together they put on a show unlike anything the locals have ever seen before. The musical is fashioned around disco hits including I Love the Night Life, I Will Survive, Shake Your Grove Thing and Finally. Based on the Oscar-winning film.
Kid pop, the world's biggest pop ego, has no choice. However, his manager Malcolm can smell a killing and needs cameras and action inside. Welcome to The Glade: Cross dressing room mates, tanning addicts, group therapy and terrible food. It's all too much! Kid needs a fix. Meet Lucy, she's gorgeous, sensitive. It's lust at first sight but Lucy has a secret, one that will plunge them both into a life-threatening dilemma. Rehab is a poptastic, rock bottom to redemption journey of the soul. Hearts must be broken and songs must be sung as the deeply loveable and flawed cast of characters seek the ultimate goal: love, peace, serenity and great choreography. Welcome to Rehab.
Angelique makes beautiful chocolates, carefully infused with all the emotion that seems to overwhelm her in daily life. Jean-Rene runs a chocolate factory that is running out of steam, rather like his own existence. Both seek help from the usual sources: Jean-Rene favours self-help tapes and Angelique joins a support group, Les Emotifs Anonymes. Romantics Anonymous is an unusual and tender love story in which the obstacles to happiness are not the usual external barriers, but those sneaky little ones we know all too intimately: the ones within.
The 1935 film centres on American dancer Jerry Travers (Astaire) who is working for bumbling producer Horace Hardwick in London. When Jerry practices his new dance routine late one night in Horace's hotel, it wakes the sleeping Dale Tremont (Rogers) below. When she goes upstairs to complain, the two are immediately attracted to each other, but complications arise when Dale mistakes Jerry for Horace, who is married to her friend.
New York, New Year's Eve 1999 - the dawn of a new millennium - and Jennifer West's intimate dinner party for close friends and family begins to fall apart upon the discovery that her husband has been having an affair. To make matters worse, she realises that the unknown mistress is one of eleven party guests. As the hosts confront their unravelling marriage, new resolutions, past mistakes, and an uncertain future merge into an explosive and life-altering evening. Kevin Hammonds' book is in turn hilarious and moving, the plot keeping the audience on tenter- hooks until the finale. With a score by Charles Miller packed with original show-stopping songs, When Midnight Strikes gives a remarkably accurate sense of the brittle gaiety of a New Year party, with all the tensions so often seething beneath the surface.
Marion and Laura's new drawing master has come to introduce some variety into their quiet lives. However, his chance meeting with a mysterious woman dressed all in white entangles the sisters in a web of fraud madness and murder. The only person who can unravel the mystery is the woman in white, who claims to know a secret which would free them all. But how far can they trust someone who has just escaped from a lunatic asylum?
The Classic tale of King Arthur told sideways with a modern twist, The Sword and The Dope will not help with the Brexit Negotiations, public sector pay cap or NHS waiting times but it has entertained, made people laugh and had people tapping their toes and humming along for over 200 performances and we think it is about time you joined the revolution.
Rehearsed Reading. The year is 1800 in a remote and lonely community in West Yorkshire. A stranger is brought into the lives of the Earnshaw and Linton families, who will change the course of their lives forever. A story of revenge, survival and undying love.