Pete'n'Dud Go Home Early

Posted in Theatre on April, 06 2006 7:23 AM

Pete and Dud: Come Again is too close early. The play, on at the Venue, Leicester Square, tells the story of Peter Cook and Dudley Moore's tempestuous relationship from Moore's point of view. I ...
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New Producers cast

Posted in Theatre on April, 03 2006 7:56 AM

Mel Brooks' blazingly fantastic musical The Producers has a new London cast, which is currently up and running. The lead role of Max Bialystock - made famous by Nathan Lane on Broadway, and ...
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Spam-A-LOT!

Posted in Theatre on March, 27 2006 11:30 PM

Python fever is heating up in the UK with the imminent arrival of critically acclaimed, award winning, Eric Idle ('lovingly ripped off') theatre musical adaptation of Monty Python and the Holy G ...
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Pete And Dud: Come Again

Posted in Theatre on March, 03 2006 10:12 AM

Dudley Moore and Peter Cook are to be reunited on the London stage. However, rest assured that they are not being dug up and put on show (although I can't help but think Peter Cook would find th ...
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Alan Ayckbourn Suffers Stroke

Posted in Theatre on March, 01 2006 4:54 PM

Sir Alan Ayckbourn, writer of more than sixty plays, is recovering from a stroke in Scarborough, North Yorkshire. He said "I hope to be back on my feet, or at least my left leg, as soon as poss ...
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It's Only A Model

Posted in Theatre on February, 22 2006 7:19 PM

Eric Idle has announced that Spamalot, the Monty Python musical 'lovingly ripped off from Monty Python and the Holy Grail', is to be on show in London's West End at the Palace theatre from this ...
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Line Up For Cancer Charity Shows

Posted in Theatre on February, 14 2006 1:36 PM

The Teenage Cancer Trust Charity gigs are a yearly event, featuring some of the best talent performing in The Royal Albert Hall to raise money for an undoubtedly good cause. The shows run from M ...
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Grumpy Old Women - Live!

Posted in Theatre on February, 14 2006 12:43 PM

Look out, men of all ages, the Grumpy Old Women are coming to a theatre near you! Following on from the hit BBC2 show, and a short live run across the UK last year, it has been announced that Gr ...
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