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Musicals 2006 Archives - Page 3 of 3 - One4Review

Whisky Galore  –  A Musical!

August 8, 2006 |

Cutting Edge Productions musical comedy version of the Compton Mackenzie novel is a major achievement. The production is a collaboration between Ian Hammond Brown (Composer/Lyricist) and Shona McKee McNeil (Book). Set in WW2, a remote Scottish island is experiencing … Read More

The Hired Man

August 8, 2006 |

Thanks to YA aka Youth Arts Leicester we were introduced to a shortened version of ‘The Hired Man’ during the Fringe some years ago.  Subsequently we managed to get a copy of highlights from the musical and therefore was … Read More

Yeti: An Abominamusical

August 8, 2006 |

The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD) is one of the main sources of theatrical talent in Scotland. It is more and more taking in international students and is also committed to championing new musical writing.  ‘Yeti: … Read More


August 8, 2006 |

One of the constants that have been noticeable over the Fringe for the years that I have been covering it is the Royal Holloway Music Theatre and their constant supply of quality performers in ‘not the norm musicals. This … Read More

I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change

August 8, 2006 |

Alana Bell, George Rae, Rachel Spurrell and Jez Unwin provide a treat in words and song of the musical revue by Joe DiPietro and Jimmy Roberts. From the title the theme of course is romance and sometimes the loss … Read More

A New Routine

August 8, 2006 |

There is no doubting the pedigree of this new company, three West End actress singer dancers as the three performers, with musical arrangement and direction from Jay Beattie, the only male in this company at the Fringe. A collection … Read More

Not in Front of the Waiter – Another Night at the Operetta 

August 8, 2006 |

This is a splendid night at the operetta with sustained performances from Anne Diack (soprano), Greig Hill (tenor), Helen Brown (mezzo soprano) and Neil Mudie (bass) The first half is devoted to a selection of songs, some well known … Read More