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Betty Blue Eyes (2011)

Novello Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

13/04/2011 > 24/09/2011

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Novello Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

Dates

Première Preview: samedi 19 mars 2011
Première: mercredi 13 avril 2011
Dernière: samedi 24 septembre 2011

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Mise en scène:
Richard Eyre
Chorégraphie:
Stephen Mear
Avec:
Sarah Lancashire (Joyce Chilvers), Reece Shearsmith (Gilbert Chilvers), Ann Emery (Mother Dear), Adrian Scarborough (Inspector Wormold), David Bamber (Dr Swaby), Jack Edwards (Henry Allardyce), Mark Meadows (Francis Lockwood), Annalisa Rossi (Princess Elizabeth), Dan Burton (Prince Phillip), Clare Machin, Laura Medforth, Gemma Wardle, Hollie Taylor

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"Superbly endearing and entertaining show"
Charles Spencer for The Daily Telegraph

"It's a production with heart and an unusual mix of gentleness and naughtiness."
Henry Hitchings for The Evening Standrad

"Musicals these days are constantly being based on movies. But this witty and delightful adaptation of the 1984 film A Private Function strikes me as better than the original."
Michael Billington for The Guardian

Commentaire

With an absolute top-drawer cast and production team, and with a superb animatronic pig (voiced by none less than Kylie Minogue) this was a perfectly timed show set in 1947 austerity Britain at the time of a Royal Wedding ... thus echoing 2011 Britain in a deep recession with the forthcoming Royal Wedding of William and Katharine.

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Novello Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée : 5 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : sam 19 mars 2011
Première : mer 13 avril 2011
Dernière : sam 24 septembre 2011
Mise en scène : Richard Eyre
Chorégraphie : Stephen Mear
Avec : Sarah Lancashire (Joyce Chilvers), Reece Shearsmith (Gilbert Chilvers), Ann Emery (Mother Dear), Adrian Scarborough (Inspector Wormold), David Bamber (Dr Swaby), Jack Edwards (Henry Allardyce), Mark Meadows (Francis Lockwood), Annalisa Rossi (Princess Elizabeth), Dan Burton (Prince Phillip), Clare Machin, Laura Medforth, Gemma Wardle, Hollie Taylor
Commentaires : With an absolute top-drawer cast and production team, and with a superb animatronic pig (voiced by none less than Kylie Minogue) this was a perfectly timed show set in 1947 austerity Britain at the time of a Royal Wedding ... thus echoing 2011 Britain in a deep recession with the forthcoming Royal Wedding of William and Katharine.
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