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Cinderella – Royal & Derngate Theatre, Northampton

Writers: Jonathan Kiley, Alan McHugh and Bobby Davro Director /Choreographer: Nick Winston Reviewer: Sue Dixon [Rating:4] Bobby Davro returns to Northampton by popular demand, following a very successful panto season last year, and it is clear to see why this man of many talents was asked back for this year’s production of Cinderella. The Derngate is a bit of a ...

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Loserville – Garrick Theatre, London

Book, music and lyrics by Elliot Davis and James Bourne Director: Steven Dexter Reviewer: Jonathan Baz [rating:4] Busting on to London’s West End following a run at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Loserville is a rare beast, an entirely original musical brimming with innovation. Free of star billings and with no movie or jukebox tie-in, this show stands on the infectious ...

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Loserville – West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds

Book/Music/Lyrics: Elliot Davis &James Bourne Director: Steven Dexter Reviewer: Robin Winters [Rating:4] Originally written as a workshop production for YMT:UK in 2009, Elliot Davis and James Bourne's musical now gets its professional world premiere at The West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds. Loserville takes its original inspiration from co-creator Bourne's band (Son of Dork) first album 'Welcome to Loserville' and unlike ...

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WHAT’S HOT – 18th June 2012

Theatre is always an experience, as soon as you step inside the auditorium, take your seats and the lights slowly dim, we are invited to go on a journey… A journey which inevitably can vary greatly on every visit, but there is always something exciting about seeing something for the very first time and that is what is on offer ...

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I Dreamed a Dream – Cliffs Pavilion, Southend

Director: Ed Curtis Musical Supervisor/Director/Orchestrations: Kenny Aitchinson Choreographer: Nick Winston Reviewer: Maureen Hylands [rating:5]   It's said that the words of a song are only as good as the singer, otherwise they don't mean as much. From the moment the curtain rose, the air is filled with magic, a magic that happily stays with us until the final curtain call. ...

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