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Tonight's the Night (2003)

Victoria Palace Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

07/11/2003 > 09/10/2004

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Victoria Palace Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

Dates

Première Preview: mercredi 15 octobre 2003
Première: vendredi 07 novembre 2003
Dernière: samedi 09 octobre 2004

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Artistes

Mise en scène:
Ben Elton
Chorégraphie:
Stephen Mear
Avec:
Tim Howar (Stuart Clutterbuck ), Dianne Pilkington (Mary), Hannah Waddingham (Satan), Michael McKell (Stoner ), Catherine Porter (Baby Jane Golden), Howard Samuels (Jorge), Keith Bookman (Greaser), Jeff Edwards (Bonehead), Debbie Kurup (Dee Dee), Sharon Clancy (Winona), Tim Funnell (Rocky Washington), Tim Walton (Travolta), Lucie Fentum (Miss Mercedes), Lucy Anderson (Bootie), Rebecca Parker (Desiree), Tanya Robb (Loretta), Tyman Boatwright, Matthew Boulton, Alistair David, Matt Firth, Emma Gray, Leon Maurice-Jones, Samantha Modeste, Jo Morris, Brenda Jane Newhouse, Ngo Ngofa, Thern Reynolds, Chris Ellis-Stanton, Dean Street, Lucy Jane Adcock, Sarah Dickens, Jane McMurtrie, Darragh O'Leary, Tino Sanchez, Paul Shipp

Presse

LYN GARDNER for THE GUARDIAN says, "A little gaudy, bawdy, over-amplified entertainment."

BENEDICT NIGHTINGALE for THE TIMES says, "Pretty dim stuff, not helped by less-than-lively dialogue....but we still get some ebullient tunes."

NICHOLAS DE JONGH for THE EVENING STANDARD says, "A book of flamboyant silliness that interferes with the pleasure of hearing Rod Stewart's biggist hits.."

ADAM SCOTT for THE INDEPENDENT says, "The songs serve the plot. And what a lot of service it needs."

SARAH HEMMING for THE FINANCIAL TIMES says, "Ben Elton's script is cheerfully daft...."

Commentaire

This was another of Ben Elton’s catalogue shows, wrapping a story around a series of hit songs. Even before it opened it was being referred to as “We Will Rod You”. Just like “We Will Rock You”, the critics hated this show, describing it as written on the back of an envelope while waiting for the kettle to boil. With top-price tickets at £55, it was rapidly known as “We Will Rob You”. However, perhaps aware of how wrong they were over the Freddie Mercury tribute, this time most critics were able to praise the music, the choreography and the songs, whilst hating the thin story, smutty humour, gratuitous gay banter and crude sexual stereotyping. The show ran for eleven months.

 

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Version 1

Victoria Palace Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée : 11 mois
Nombre :
Première Preview : mer 15 octobre 2003
Première : ven 07 novembre 2003
Dernière : sam 09 octobre 2004
Mise en scène : Ben Elton
Chorégraphie : Stephen Mear
Avec : Tim Howar (Stuart Clutterbuck ), Dianne Pilkington (Mary), Hannah Waddingham (Satan), Michael McKell (Stoner ), Catherine Porter (Baby Jane Golden), Howard Samuels (Jorge), Keith Bookman (Greaser), Jeff Edwards (Bonehead), Debbie Kurup (Dee Dee), Sharon Clancy (Winona), Tim Funnell (Rocky Washington), Tim Walton (Travolta), Lucie Fentum (Miss Mercedes), Lucy Anderson (Bootie), Rebecca Parker (Desiree), Tanya Robb (Loretta), Tyman Boatwright, Matthew Boulton, Alistair David, Matt Firth, Emma Gray, Leon Maurice-Jones, Samantha Modeste, Jo Morris, Brenda Jane Newhouse, Ngo Ngofa, Thern Reynolds, Chris Ellis-Stanton, Dean Street, Lucy Jane Adcock, Sarah Dickens, Jane McMurtrie, Darragh O'Leary, Tino Sanchez, Paul Shipp
Commentaires : This was another of Ben Elton’s catalogue shows, wrapping a story around a series of hit songs. Even before it opened it was being referred to as “We Will Rod You”. Just like “We Will Rock You”, the critics hated this show, describing it as written on the back of an envelope while waiting for the kettle to boil. With top-price tickets at £55, it was rapidly known as “We Will Rob You”. However, perhaps aware of how wrong they were over the Freddie Mercury tribute, this time most critics were able to praise the music, the choreography and the songs, whilst hating the thin story, smutty humour, gratuitous gay banter and crude sexual stereotyping. The show ran for eleven months.
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Version 2

UK Tour à (UK Tour)
Durée : 5 mois
Nombre :
Première Preview : lun 06 février 2006
Première : lun 06 février 2006
Dernière : sam 08 juillet 2006
Mise en scène : Ben Elton
Chorégraphie : Stephen Mear
Avec : Ryan Molloy, Nathaniel Morrison, Rachael Wood, Victoria Harrington, Fiona Robertson.
Commentaires : 3 Jul 06 to 8 Jul 06 - Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
19 Jun 06 to 24 Jun 06 - Liverpool Empire Theatre, Liverpool
12 Jun 06 to 17 Jun 06 - New Wimbledon Theatre, Outer London
5 Jun 06 to 10 Jun 06 - New Theatre (formerly known as Apollo Theatre), Oxford
29 May 06 to 3 Jun 06 - Empire Theatre, Sunderland
8 May 06 to 13 May 06 - Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton
1 May 06 to 6 May 06 - Mayflower Theatre, Southampton
17 Apr 06 to 22 Apr 06 - Regent Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent
10 Apr 06 to 15 Apr 06 - New Victoria Theatre, Woking
3 Apr 06 to 8 Apr 06 - Hippodrome, Bristol
27 Mar 06 to 1 Apr 06 - Theatre Royal, Nottingham
20 Mar 06 to 25 Mar 06 - De Montfort Hall, Leicester
13 Mar 06 to 18 Mar 06 - Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh
6 Mar 06 to 11 Mar 06 - His Majesty's Theatre, Aberdeen
20 Feb 06 to 4 Mar 06 - King's Theatre, Glasgow
13 Feb 06 to 18 Feb 06 - Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes
6 Feb 06 to 11 Feb 06 - Opera House, Manchester
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