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The Band – Orchard Theatre, Dartford

Writer: Tim Firth Director: Kim Gavin and Jack Ryder Music: Take That Reviewer: Dan English There’s nineties nostalgia aplenty in The Band, the triumphant new musical, which combines the pen of Tim Firth and the songs of Take That, putting every punter of a certain age back in the midst of their pop band obsession. It’s a feeling we’re all ...

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The Band – Liverpool Empire

Book: Tim Firth Music: Take That Director: Kim Gavin & Jack Ryder Reviewer: John Roberts It wasn’t going to be long considering the trend in Jukebox musicals, that one should be written using Take That’s back catalogue, and what better way to do it than to co-produce it yourself. Alongside David Pugh and Dafydd Rogers the unstoppable boyband have once ...

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Broken Biscuits – Tobacco Factory Theatres, Bristol

Writer: Tom Well Director: James Grieve Reviewer: Kris Hallett For Ben, Holly and Megan, their GCSE exams are behind them and a long summer of preparing to enter the ‘cool’ world of college awaits. It’s an opportunity to blow away past convention, to raise their social standings from geeky outsider to the hip in-crowd. Megan has a plan, to form ...

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Broken Biscuits – Live Theatre, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne

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Writer: Tom Wells Director: James Grieve Reviewer: Anna Ambelez Three school friends meet in Megan’s (Faye Christall) shed over the summer to try and change their lives. We’re nobodies… I’m all fat and gobby, you’re brainy, weird and brainy and quiet and Ben’s like, you know. So says Megan, who endeavors to change their existence before they start college. The ...

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