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Tonight’s the Night – Liverpool Empire

Music: Rod Stewart Book: Ben Elton Director: Caroline Jay Ranger Reviewer: Robin Winters The cast of Tonight’s the Night certainly had their work cut out for them on press night at the Liverpool Empire, after a late start of almost 20minutes due to technical difficulties left the audience colder and more hostile than one has previously encountered before at this ...

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BLOG: Tonight’s the Night with…Cjay Ranger

Cjay Ranger is the director of the 2014 UK Tour of Rod Stewart musical Tonight’s the Night, in the first part of our exclusive weekly blogs with the team of the show, Cjay lets us take a small glimpse into her world as she prepares the show to open tonight in Manchester. After having a great experience directing the first ...

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NEWS: Cast announced for UK tour of Rod Stewart’s Tonight’s the Night

Tonight’s The Night, the smash hit musical comedy inspired by the songs of Rod Stewart is to launch a major new tour in January 2014 starring Jade Ewen. The all-singing, all-dancing feel-good show premiered in the West End in 2003 and went on to play sold-out theatres across the UK. With a book by multi award-winning writer and comedian Ben ...

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The Witches of Eastwick – The Watermill, Newbury

Writer: Based on the novel by John Updike Music: Dana P.Rowe Lyricist: John Dempsey Director: Craig Revel-Horwood Reviewer: Naomi Stevens [Rating:3.5]   Dancing with the Devil and airing dirty laundry are among the running themes of The Witches of Eastwick, a show whose name gives little of the plot away but whose racy content leaves little to the imagination. Set ...

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Piaf – Curve, Leicester

Writer: Pam Gems Director: Paul Kerryson Reviewer: Selwyn Knight [rating:4] It is now fifty years since the death of Edith Piaf. ‘The Little Sparrow’ succumbed to liver cancer at the age of forty-seven after living a life so disreputable that the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Paris refused her a funeral mass. Nevertheless, this icon of France brought Paris’ centre to ...

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Wonderful Town – Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

Music: Leonard Bernstein Book: Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov Lyrics: Betty Comden and Adolph Green Director: Braham Murray Reviewer: Jim Nicholson [rating:4] I knew very little about the show and certainly had not heard any of the songs before but just 20 seconds in and I was already hooked. This as the result of the sublime opening scene that sees ...

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Wonderful Town – Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield

Writer: Joseph Fields and Jerome Chodorov Music: Leonard Bernstein Lyrics: Betty Comden and Adolph Green Director: Braham Murray Reviewer: Audra Lee [Rating:4] Originally on Broadway in 1953 this long running musical is based on the true stories of Ruth McKenney's experince of her ambitious move to the 'Big Apple' New York. Wonderful Town tells how Ruth Sherwood (Connie Fisher) along ...

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