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Tell Me on a Sunday – The Belgrade Theatre, Coventry

Jodie Prenger in Tell Me On A Sunday

Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics: Don Black Director: Paul Foster Reviewer: James Garrington Tell me on a Sunday was, according to its composer, an experiment. Wanting to try something smaller after the major works he had written with Tim Rice, Andrew Lloyd Webber teamed up with Don Black to create a one-hour piece for television, broadcast in 1980. Since then, ...

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Tell Me On A Sunday – Civic Theatre, Chelmsford

Jodie Prenger in Tell Me On A Sunday

Lyricist: Don Black Composer: Andrew Lloyd Webber Director: Paul Foster Musical Director: Peter McCarthy Reviewer: Michael Gray   The nation's favourite Nancy, Jodie Prenger, brings her considerable vocal and dramatic talents to the classic Andrew Lloyd Webber song cycle, first developed in the late seventies, and appearing in many guises since, including the successful West End double bill Song and ...

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Tell Me On A Sunday – The Watermill Theatre, Newbury

Jodie Prenger in Tell Me On A Sunday

Music: Andrew Lloyd Webber Lyrics: Don Black Director: Paul Foster Reviewer: Mary Scriven   Jodie Prenger shot to fame when she won BBC 1’s I’d Do Anything and went on to star in Cameron Mackintosh’s revival production of Oliver! at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, and if you go to see the latest production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don ...

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Bette Midler and Me – The Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh

Writer:Chris Burgess Director: Paul Foster Reviewer: R. G. Balgray Superdiva Bette Midler took one of the more unusual, exotic even, pathways to fame. In Bette Midler and Me, Sue Kelvin tracks this journey and pays her own personal homage to the Divine Miss M, as well as serving up a pacy, raucous reminder of the songs and wisecracks along the ...

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Darling of the Day – Union Theatre, London

Music: Jule Styne Lyrics: E.Y. ‘Yip’ Harburg Book: Nunnally Johnson Director: Paul Foster Reviewer: Ian Foster [rating:3.5] The fear with shows that are receiving their UK premieres some 45 years after an abbreviated Broadway run is that there is a good reason that they have continued to languish in obscurity. But London’s fringe theatres have a good record in sorting ...

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