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0001 - All the Fun of the Fair (2008)
Musique: David Essex
Paroles: David Essex
Livret: Jon Conway
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Résumé: Set in a travelling funfair, this is the story of the owner, Levi Lee, trying to come to terms with the loss of his wife while fighting off the attentions of Rosa, an over amorous gypsy future teller who foretells the danger and mysticism in his future. Levi also has to deal with his rebellious teenage son, Jack, who runs off with Alice, daughter of the East End gangster, Harvey. His other problems involve Slow Jonny, the sweet-natured simple boy he regards as a second son, and Druid, a psychopathic heavy. Dodgems and motorbikes, crafty cons and candy floss, fairground horses and fights, as well as unrequited love, romance and rock and roll bring out the carnival atmosphere in this world of fairground life

Création: 12/9/2008 - Churchill Theatre (Bromley) - représ.

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Boogie nights (1998-10-Savoy Theatre-London)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Savoy Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 mois 3 semaines
Nombre : 95 représentations
Première Preview : Friday 16 October 1998
Première : Tuesday 20 October 1998
Dernière : Saturday 09 January 1999
Mise en scène : Jon Conway
Chorégraphie : Alan Harding
Producteur :
Avec : Shane Richie (Roddy), Lisa Maxwell (Debs), Sharon Benson (Lorraine), Peter Piper (Spencer), Nicholas Denney (Eamon), Steven Serlin (Terry), Jane Doyle, Mark Thrippleton, Ian Royce, John Blackman, Jo Redbum, Simon Smith.
Commentaires : This was a touring production which had originated at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley, and was playing a limited season in the West End. It received very mixed notices: “the most dismal of my theatregoing experiences”, “a blatant rip-off’, “pleasantly terrible, weirdly wonderful”, “sends us home on a nine-mile high”. The critics generally liked Shane Richie, but were unanimous in their praise for the young chorus boy-dancer, Simon Smith, saying he was the best thing in the show.