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    saw a stage version of the shawshank redemption on Friday at Assembly rooms Edinburgh

    Omijd Djahlili(i think thats how its spelt) played Red , the role Morgan Freeman played in movie

    Performances were great and Ian Lavender who played Brooks had a few excellent scenes , well worth a visit to see if your in town
    We are all in the gutter,but some of us are staring at the stars.

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    Sevenil - PLEASE go back to football. OK, you have a perversion. Discuss theatre with a therapist. Preferably a strict one. And if your next odd digression involves God, pray for Tranmere, cos I do like you & so does He. And Allah. And we have a player called Max Power as well.
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    Theatre is food for the Soul

    Misldsummers Night Dream - Grosvenor Park, Chester

    Fabulous, enthusiastic cast, audience involvement
    theatre in the round and th open air, great scenery changes.
    Could hear all actors clearly - even if couldn't understand all th dialogue
    Loved it.

    going seeing Othello there in two weeks,
    They re also doing Cyrano de Bergerac, if anyone interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriskeenish View Post
    Theatre is food for the Soul

    Misldsummers Night Dream - Grosvenor Park, Chester

    Fabulous, enthusiastic cast, audience involvement
    theatre in the round and th open air, great scenery changes.
    Could hear all actors clearly - even if couldn't understand all th dialogue
    Loved it.

    going seeing Othello there in two weeks,
    They re also doing Cyrano de Bergerac, if anyone interested.
    Im not sadly a lover of shakespeare but so glad you enjoyed
    We are all in the gutter,but some of us are staring at the stars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Garshin View Post
    Sevenil - PLEASE go back to football. OK, you have a perversion. Discuss theatre with a therapist. Preferably a strict one. And if your next odd digression involves God, pray for Tranmere, cos I do like you & so does He. And Allah. And we have a player called Max Power as well.
    One has to diversify , especially if we follow Tranmere and Hibs ha ha
    We are all in the gutter,but some of us are staring at the stars.

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    We saw Wicked at the Kings in Glasgow last Saturday so our 3rd time seeing this and again enjoyable even though it is scaled down from the broadway and west end versions .

    if this hits your town it's so worth seeing , good fun story and great songs.
    We are all in the gutter,but some of us are staring at the stars.

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    Haven't seen a they're show in ages lol anyone any good or bad recommendations ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sevenil View Post
    Some of us from time to time enjoy the theatre .
    Musicals dramas comedies whatever is your bag


    YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN


    Saw this on New Years Eve lat year in NYC and it is superb so so funny and such a big show.

    Its very faithful to Mel Brooks movie (incl the hilarious blind hermit scene)

    Megan Mulcahy (Carol from Will and Grace) played Elixabeth

    Roger Bart was Frankenstein (Doctor)

    Shuler Hensley was the monster.

    Brilliant routines and just hilarious .

    Youn Frankenstein is now in the Garrick Theatre London , go see it folks itís superb fun
    We are all in the gutter,but some of us are staring at the stars.

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    42nd street, exhausting watching it! Amazing, bit long at the end.
    book of Mormon, yes a bit offensive in places but was expecting it to be a lot worse. Written by the people who wrote South Psrk. Funny, but not poking fun in a frankie Boyle type way. Wouldn't have gone.

    next on list is Wicked and Street car named desire when next out
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    What about a chorus Line? Lots of ladies in G back thongs.


    Was done at my local theatre.

    I will ashamed to meet the rest of them around town.

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