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Winnie (1988)

Victoria Palace Theatre
Londres - Angleterre

31/05/1988 > //

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Lieu

Victoria Palace Theatre - Londres - Angleterre

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Première Preview: Inconnu
Première: mardi 31 mai 1988
Dernière: Inconnu

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Mise en scène:
Albert Marre
Chorégraphie:
Avec:
Robert Hardy (Jack Craven), Virginia McKenna (Stella McKay), Carl Duering (Heinrich Kunz), Frank Thornton, Barry Howard, Larry Drew, Charles West, Don Fellows, Toni Palmer.

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It was a most peculiar mish-mash of wartime nostalgia, patriotism, send-up and music-hall type numbers, and some kind of “message” in the show’s ending, when they learn that Churchill has actually lost the election. Most critics did not know what to make of it, but those that did claimed it was appalling and a complete disaster.
The show went into liquidation with reports of £135,000 owed to unpaid creditors, £60,000 owed in VAT, and £1.5 million lost to its 76 investors.

 

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Victoria Palace Theatre à Londres (Original)
Durée :
Nombre : 63 représentations
Première Preview : Inconnu
Première : mar 31 mai 1988
Dernière : Inconnu
Mise en scène : Albert Marre
Chorégraphie :
Avec : Robert Hardy (Jack Craven), Virginia McKenna (Stella McKay), Carl Duering (Heinrich Kunz), Frank Thornton, Barry Howard, Larry Drew, Charles West, Don Fellows, Toni Palmer.
Commentaires : It was a most peculiar mish-mash of wartime nostalgia, patriotism, send-up and music-hall type numbers, and some kind of “message” in the show’s ending, when they learn that Churchill has actually lost the election. Most critics did not know what to make of it, but those that did claimed it was appalling and a complete disaster.
The show went into liquidation with reports of £135,000 owed to unpaid creditors, £60,000 owed in VAT, and £1.5 million lost to its 76 investors.
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