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Budgie

Cambridge Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

18/10/1988 > 21/01/1989

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Cambridge Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

Résumé

Ronald “Budgie” Bird is a petty crook and no-hoper always looking for easy money and dreaming of becoming a Soho king-pin. His world is one of gamblers, strippers, hawkers, barkers and villains. He is entrusted with the loot of a killer on the run. Having already spent £1000 of it before the murderer returns, Budgie makes up the difference by selling a stripper’s unwanted baby. He continually lets down his long-suffering girlfriend, Hazel (“Slag Number 2”) while trying to avoid his estranged wife (“Slag
Number 1”).

Dates

Première Preview: Inconnu
Première: mardi 18 octobre 1988
Dernière: samedi 21 janvier 1989

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Artistes

Mise en scène:
Jonathan Lynn
Chorégraphie:
Anthony Van Laast
Avec:
Adam Faith (Budgie Bird), Anita Dobson (Hazel), John Turner (Charlie Endell), Caroline O’Connell (Lulu), Catherine Terry (Helga), Gareth Marks, Julian Littman, Alexandra Worrall

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The attempts to turn these unsavoury characters into warm-hearted, loveable Soho folk, even included the winos sleeping in the gutters suddenly joining in a jolly knees-up type chorus. This was Adam Faith’s musical theatre debut, and a number of people asked “What’s a nice guy like you doing in a show like this?”

 

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Version 1

Cambridge Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée : 3 mois
Nombre : 110 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : mar 18 octobre 1988
Dernière : sam 21 janvier 1989
Mise en scène : Jonathan Lynn
Chorégraphie : Anthony Van Laast
Avec : Adam Faith (Budgie Bird), Anita Dobson (Hazel), John Turner (Charlie Endell), Caroline O’Connell (Lulu), Catherine Terry (Helga), Gareth Marks, Julian Littman, Alexandra Worrall
Commentaires : The attempts to turn these unsavoury characters into warm-hearted, loveable Soho folk, even included the winos sleeping in the gutters suddenly joining in a jolly knees-up type chorus. This was Adam Faith’s musical theatre debut, and a number of people asked “What’s a nice guy like you doing in a show like this?”
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