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Vaudeville Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

10/11/1993 > 27/11/1993

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Vaudeville Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

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Première Preview: mardi 02 novembre 1993
Première: mercredi 10 novembre 1993
Dernière: samedi 27 novembre 1993

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Mise en scène:
Tim Luscombe
Chorégraphie:
Richard Sampson
Avec:
James Dreyfus (Gary), Charles Edwards (Kevin) , Christopher James (Antinous), Simon Dutton (Hadrian), Anita Dobson (Katia Europa), Grant Russell (Sergio), Michael Matus (Andreas), Carmen Gomez, Darren McNeill, Duncan Wisbey, Thierry Harcourt

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This extremely silly (and for many, enjoyable!) spoof of the Eurovision Song Contest had the merit of some funny parody songs sending up the whole Eurovision style, but with its peculiar story mixing togas and flared trousers, and the fact that the Eurovision Contest is already a parody of itself, the almost unanimous critical verdict was “nul point”, or at best, “un et demi”. (The show had originated in the fringe Drill Hall in the previous year). It came off within three weeks, having lost some £275,000. It was described by Jack Tinker in the “Daily Mail” as violating every clause of the Geneva Convention..

 

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Vaudeville Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre : 22 représentations
Première Preview : mar 02 novembre 1993
Première : mer 10 novembre 1993
Dernière : sam 27 novembre 1993
Mise en scène : Tim Luscombe
Chorégraphie : Richard Sampson
Avec : James Dreyfus (Gary), Charles Edwards (Kevin) , Christopher James (Antinous), Simon Dutton (Hadrian), Anita Dobson (Katia Europa), Grant Russell (Sergio), Michael Matus (Andreas), Carmen Gomez, Darren McNeill, Duncan Wisbey, Thierry Harcourt
Commentaires : This extremely silly (and for many, enjoyable!) spoof of the Eurovision Song Contest had the merit of some funny parody songs sending up the whole Eurovision style, but with its peculiar story mixing togas and flared trousers, and the fact that the Eurovision Contest is already a parody of itself, the almost unanimous critical verdict was “nul point”, or at best, “un et demi”. (The show had originated in the fringe Drill Hall in the previous year). It came off within three weeks, having lost some £275,000. It was described by Jack Tinker in the “Daily Mail” as violating every clause of the Geneva Convention..
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