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Fame the Musical – Milton Keynes Theatre

Book: José Fernandez Music: Steve Margoshes Lyrics: Jacques Levy Director: Nick Winston Reviewer: Maggie Constable Get those dancing shoes and leg warmers on and be ready for the arrival of Fame The Musical at Milton Keynes Theatre this week on its 30th anniversary tour, no less. Based on the much loved and iconic 80s movie of the same name, the ...

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Fame the Musical – The Alexandra, Birmingham

Book: José Fernandez Music: Steve Margoshes Lyrics: Jacques Levy Director: Nick Winston Reviewer: Selwyn Knight ‘You want fame? Well, fame costs. And right here is where you start paying…’ To a generation raised on instant celebrity and The X Factor, these words must ring hollow, but Fame the Musical, based on Alan Parker’s 1980 film, Fame, shows that there is ...

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Fame The Musical – Theatre Royal, Brighton

Book: José Fernandez Music: Steve Margoshes Lyrics: Jacques Levy Director/Choreographer: Nick Winton Reviewer: Jo Payne Born in the 80s, Fame the Musical is enjoying its 30th-anniversary tour after an incredibly successful run in a variety of media. A movie and a TV series preceded the musical and the show had a noughties remake more recently. However, this production stands firmly ...

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Keith Jack: Movie Nights – Wild Cabaret, Glasgow

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Reviewer: Lauren Humphreys Astonishingly, it's a decade since Dalkeith native Keith Jack was runner up in the BBC's search for a 'Joseph' in Any Dream Will Do. Only 19 years old at the time, much has happened in the ensuing years, with Jack eventually donning the technicolour coat on the tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat. Currently on ...

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INTERVIEW: Keith Jack talks about his tour and new album Movie Nights

Keith Jack is probably best-known for finishing second on BBC 1’s Any Dream Will Do but his theatre credits since leaving the show are impressive: the Narrator and Joseph in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat; Charlie in Only The Brave; Alistair in Sincerely, Mr Toad; Ralph Rackstraw in HMS Pinafore and Sparky in Forever Plaid. Here he talks to ...

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Forever Plaid – St James’ Theatre, London

  Writer: Stuart Ross Director: Grant Murphy Reviewer: Maryam Philpott   The 50s and 60s are seen as a time of considerable cultural change in Britain and America with the emergence of ‘the teenager’ and all it entailed from rock n’ roll music to leather jackets and quiffs. But underneath of all this, a more family-friendly type of music continued ...

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NEWS: West End stars look to Disney for Charity Concert

West End stars including Olivier Award winning Leanne Jones, Book of Mormon's Alexia Khadime, Julie Atherton, and Keith Jack will come together to join a wealth of up-and-coming musical theatre performers to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital on Sunday 18th May at 7pm at The Actors Church, Covent Garden. When You Wish Upon A Staris produced by Emma ...

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HMS Pinafore – Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry

Libretto: WS Gilbert Music: Arthur Sullivan Director: Sasha Regan Reviewer: James Garrington Think of Gilbert and Sullivan and the first thoughts for many are of draughty village halls and amateur theatre groups, for this is how their work is most often seen these days. As time has moved on, so have theatrical tastes and now, even for amateur theatre audiences, ...

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