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42nd Street – The Mayflower, Southampton

Author of the original novel: Bradford Ropes Director and co-authors: Mark Bramble and Michael Stewart Lyricist: Al Dubin Reviewer: Ann Bawtree [rating: 5] Set in 1933 just as the Great Depression was beginning to turn the corner, thanks to President Franklin D Roosevelt’s New Deal, this show is not so much a musical performance as an explosion of instrumental music, ...

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42nd Street – New Alexandra Theatre, Birmingham

Book: Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble Music: Harry Warren Lyrics: Al Dubin Director: Mark Bramble Reviewer: Selwyn Knight [rating:4.5] The overture ends, the audience finally falls completely silent and the curtain rises to a stage full to bursting with young, energetic tappers at the 42nd Street Theatre being put through their paces as they audition for the new musical, Pretty ...

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42nd Street – Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Director: Mark Bramble Choreographer: Graeme Henderson Musical Supervisor: Gareth Williams Reviewer: Rosie Revell [Rating: 4.5] “Come and meet, those dancing feet, on the avenue I’m taking you to, 42nd Street” Welcome to 42nd Street, one of the most successful and longest running Broadway musicals ever, which has jauntily been brought to life for the Sheffield stage in this new touring ...

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