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Carnaby Street: Theatre Royal, Brighton

Writers: Carl Leighton-Pope/ Robert Johns Director: Bob Tomson Musical Director: Dan Smith Reviewer: Bill Avenell [rating:5]   It is not often that you see a packed Theatre Royal audience on its feet and jigging in the aisles as it was at the end of last night’s show. No doubt some of that is down to the enduring ‘sing-a-long’ nature of ...

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Carnaby St – Milton Keynes Theatre

Writers: Carl Leighton-Pope &Robert Johns Director : Bob Tomson Reviewer: Maggie Constable [rating:4] Carnaby Street, at Milton Keynes for this week only, is a new, colourful musical which takes you right back to London in the Sixties. The musical follows a working class Liverpool lad called Jude, new to the city with guitar in hand and Penny in tow, as ...

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Carnaby Street The Musical – Opera House,Manchester

Writer: Carl Leighton-Pope Director: Bob Tomson Reviewer: Laura Ord [Rating:3.5] Not a single person in the audience is immune to the toe tapping, hand clapping sing along experience that is Carnaby Street The Musical, which follows the dreams and aspirations of wannabe pop star Jude (played by Matthew Wycliffe) and his friend Penny Lane (Verity Rushworth) as they move from ...

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