Peter Kay Plays It Gay

Posted in Theatre on November, 11 2006 6:03 PM

Peter Kay is to fulfill a lifetime ambition by performing in the upcoming tour of Mel Brooks' musical The Producers. Kay says that he fell in love with the film when he was younger and had pl ...
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History Boys On Tour

Posted in Theatre on July, 25 2006 7:23 AM

Alan Bennett's The History Boys is set to tour the UK. The play has been a hit so far in four countries and is also being made into a film. It is a mix of comedy, some autobiography of Bennet hi ...
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Evil Dead: The Musical

Posted in Theatre on July, 19 2006 4:31 PM

Some films were destined to become stage musicals (see: The Producers) some were not (see: Lestat) and some are just plain weird choices that make you think, 'Yeah, okay. I can see that working. ...
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Goodies At The Fringe

Posted in Theatre on June, 01 2006 6:49 PM

If when you read the names Tim Brooke-Taylor, Graeme Garden and Bill Oddie next to each other and feel a small thrill of nostalgia and excitement, then get yourself down to the Edinburgh Fringe ...
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An Evening of Linda Smith's Favourite Things

Posted in Theatre on May, 12 2006 2:24 PM

The second date for the Linda Smith tribute, Tippy Top - an Evening of Linda Smith's Favourite Things, has been announced as Sunday 4th June at the Victoria Palace Theatre, London. The first is ...
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Pub Landlord on Tour

Posted in Theatre on May, 08 2006 7:05 PM

Watch out - the Pub Landlord is on the road and looking for banter. Al Murray, the comedian who both invented and plays the character, is starting at the Lyric Theate in the West End of London be ...
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Rocky Reunites

Posted in Theatre on May, 03 2006 7:28 AM

Some of the original cast of cult-sci-fi-camp-comedy-bmovie-musical The Rocky Horror Picture Show are to reunite for a special one-off charity performance marking fifty years of theatre at Londo ...
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Brooks Lives Again! Again!

Posted in Theatre on April, 10 2006 7:07 PM

It was bound to happen because the one big problem with having a successful adaptation/remake is that the party responsible feels obliged to jump on their own bandwagon when they're already ...
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