i was genuinely thinking about this yesterday because I was wondering what would be at the fringe this summer( and remembered that this never came to London from there).Very much looking forward to it and hope it happens so there will be yet another show I want to see this year.
The first Juke Box musical I ever saw. Can it be 26 years since we saw the Original production at Theatre Royal Stratford East. Clarke Peters was the creator and main man. Paul J. Medford was good in this and later in The Lion King. Fun, but no desire to see it again, will stick to original Louis Jordan’s recordings. (Same applies to all JBM).
So what was the first Juke Box musical, or is it a long standing thing?
Plus the seat plan is square whereas the venue is round, so presumably "indicative" only.
If you do a google image search for "Spiegeltent" you'll get an idea of the building. Suspect some of the restricted views at the back will be due to the pillars. As it's literally in the middle of a traffic island I suspect noise will be an issue at the back, much as it was with Lazarus at King's Cross.
Post by jamescrispy94 on Mar 30, 2017 22:03:56 GMT
Looks like it's a different director, choreographer and designer from the Edinburgh production. But can someone tell me what the difference is between Underbelly and Udderbelly (if there is any?) and what they are? I remember it was on a Channel 4 or E4 thing from ages ago with an upside down purple cow...
and scroll down to the blue "5 guys" advert, next to it is a grey square marked "View Gallery 3 Photos." Click on that, and you get a gallery of seating plans. One showing the actual circular layout, with the price colours and restricted view colours, the other a grid format showing seat numbers.
"Ask Mary Berry" (deleted scenes) Q: What, please, is the difference between drinking water and pea soup? A: Anybody can drink water.