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Musicals 2008 Archives - One4Review

Miss Sign-On

August 8, 2008 |

Although I have seen a lot of musicals over the years and although we are huge fans of the genre, neither Sheila or myself had come across this one before and always keen to try new ones, I decided … Read More

Big Bruvva The Musical

August 8, 2008 |

I suppose it was inevitable. There have been musicals made about virtually every subject under the sun, so why not one loosely on this TV reality show? Why not in deed if the product is of the same high … Read More

Missing Mel

August 8, 2008 |

It never fails to amaze me what can be done by a company when they set their mind to it and this is one such production. Youth Theatre UK have taken this brand new musical written by by Kath … Read More

The British Ambassador’s Belly Dancer

August 8, 2008 |

This is the true story of Nadira Murray, “from the slums to the Ambassadorial palace of Uzbekistan”. Nadira’s life starts off in a kind of idle as part of Russia her parents are classically trained thespians and are held … Read More

The Musical of Musicals, The Musical!

August 8, 2008 |

For those of us obsessed by musical theatre there have been several shows which copy styles, lyrics and music from other musicals but none to my knowledge quite as blatant as “The Musical of Musicals The Musical” presented by … Read More

The Butler Did It? – The Musical

August 8, 2008 |

It is often said that if it is not broken then don’t fix it and in my opinion that is what has happened with this show. Last year I witnessed their non-musical version of this and was thoroughly impressed … Read More

On The Island of Aars

August 8, 2008 |

Did you know that in the oldy Celtic ancienty Scottishy language the word aars means turtle? No? Neither did I till I visited the Island of Aars at Pleasance Above. This particularly petite place is habited by some peculiar … Read More

Celebration Africa

August 8, 2008 |

There is a feeling of attending a religious gathering in the songs selected in this show. Josephine Amankwah, looking stunning in African dress, has a strong confident mezzo-soprano singing voice. She is backed by a three piece group with … Read More

Only The Brave

August 8, 2008 |

The Edinburgh Fringe Festival is often used as a tryout for new musicals or musicals in development. One of the high profile ones this year is ‘Only the Brave’. Inspired by true events we start at the beaches of … Read More