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Austen: The Musical – East Riding Theatre, Beverley

Writer/Composer: Rob Winlow Director: Timothy Trimingham Lee Musical Director: Arlene McNaught Reviewer: Ron Simpson Austen – the Musical is an enjoyable, if rather predictable, brief life of Jane Austen, generally close to the mark in biographical facts, refreshingly free of distortion and sensationalism, if with no special insight or originality. It provides a welcome reminder of a much-loved author and ...

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Austen the Musical – Old Joint Stock, Birmingham

Writer: Rob Winlow Director: Timothy Trimingham Lee Reviewer: John Kennedy It is a truth universally acknowledged that many a review of Jane Austen adaptations has the misfortune of being in want of a less contrived introduction. Axiomatic as that may be, tonight’s songs celebrate a singular panache for delivering melodies more memorable for their immediate context and sincerity rather than any lasting recollection. The ...

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Austen – theSpace on the Mile, Edinburgh

Writers: Bernie C. Byrnes and Rob Winlow Director: Matthew Gould Musical Director: James Cleeve Reviewer: Danielle Shields Dear Reader, It has come to my attention that an arts festival has beenutilisingmy prose as well as my life story to sell as entertainment. Although I do not endorse any such mimicry, it was at the request of my beloved friend Walter ...

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