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PREVIEW: Shakespeare and Kenneth Williams centre stage at British Library

The Kenneth Williams Archive at The British Library

  Ooooh matron! The British Library has today announced the acquisition of the Kenneth Williams archive as part of its 2016 Cultural programme that will include large-scale exhibitions of Shakespeare in performance and the 20th Century story of the map. 43 diaries and around 2000 letters covering Williams’s life as a young man until his death in 1988 are being ...

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CD REVIEW: A Spoonful of Sherman

Music/Lyrics: The Sherman Brothers, Robert J Sherman, Al Sherman Director: Stewert Nicholls Conductor: Colin Billing Reviewer: Jackson Cooper It’s like hearing your childhood stripped down to 4 people, a narrator, and a piano. If your childhood could also be a history lesson of one of the most memorable, tuneful musical duos since Rodgers and Hammerstein, A Spoonful of Sherman offers ...

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A Spoonful of Sherman – St James Theatre Studio, London

Reviewer: Tom Finch [rating:4] An evening of Sherman brothers songs performed by four lauded West End singers and hosted by a Sherman; it sounds like a delightful way to spend a couple of hours and that’s exactly what it is.Beginning with his grandfather’s work in the 1920s, Robert J Sherman tells the audience some of the stories behind the songs ...

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