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Version 1

All you need is love (2001-05-Queen's Theatre-London)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Sondheim Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

Durée : 3 mois
Nombre : 111 représentations
Première Preview : Monday 21 May 2001
Première : Tuesday 29 May 2001
Dernière : Saturday 01 September 2001
Mise en scène : Jon Miller • Pete Brooks
Chorégraphie : Nigel Charnock • Kathy Prince
Producteur :
Commentaires : A cast of 12 perform no less than 54 Beatles songs - a kind of sung-through song-and-dance compilation, with some of the songs being given unusual interpretations - a concert rather than a musical. It lasted just 14 weeks.

Version 2

Company (2000-07-Greenwich Theatre-London)

Type de série: Revival
Théâtre: Greenwich Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 3 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : Thursday 13 July 2000
Première : Thursday 13 July 2000
Dernière : Sunday 06 August 2000
Mise en scène : Ruth Carney
Chorégraphie : Kathy Prince
Producteur :
Avec : Stephen Guilfoyle (Robert), Julia Glass (Joanne), Jill Hunter (Kathy), Emma Field (Sarah), Kate Rawson (Amy), Jennifer Bryce (April), Orit Hadda (Jenny), Jonathan Clarkson (David), Matthew Hendrickson, Mark Hutchinson, Adam Lee, Louise Linehan, Michael Palmer, Catherine Reid
Commentaires : This was staged to mark Sondheim’s 70th birthday.

Version 3

Everybody's Talking About Jamie (2017-11-Apollo Theatre-London)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Apollo Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée :
Nombre :
Première Preview : Monday 06 November 2017
Première : Wednesday 22 November 2017
Dernière : Sunday 26 September 2021
Mise en scène : Jonathan Butterell
Chorégraphie : Kathy Prince
Producteur :
Avec : John McCrea will reprise his role of Jamie, alongside the majority of the Sheffield Crucible cast including: Josie Walker, Mina Anwar, Tamsin Carroll and Daniel Anthony, Luke Baker, Courtney Bowman, James Gillian, Harriet Payne, Shiv Rabheru, Lucie Shorthouse and Kirstie Skivington
Presse : "It’s a joyous punch in the air about following your dreams and being yourself. ‘Life-affirming’ is generally an over-used term, but not here. This production owns the stage." - Tom Wicker, Time Out (five stars)

"A songwriter with an easy sincerity, [Dan Gillespie Sells] combines poppy verve and a craving for the bittersweet. The book and lyrics are the work of TV writer Tom MacRae, and what they lack in blazingly original storytelling they more than make up for with warmth and wit. The result is a true crowd-pleaser — big-hearted and joyous." - Henry Hitchings, Evening Standard (four stars)

"This fizzing musical is a blast of fresh air, and what a joy to see a stageful of youngsters who look like swathes of modern Britain: young, poor, sassy, not to mention black, brown, white and, er, sparkly." - Ann Treneman, The Times (five stars)

"Everybody’s Talking About Jamie won a string of awards for its first airing in Sheffield; I reckon it might pick up a few more during this jubilant London run." - Paul Taylor, The Independent (five stars)

Version 4

I Can't Sing! The X Factor Musical (2014-03-Palladium Theatre-London)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Palladium Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)

Durée : 1 mois 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : Thursday 27 February 2014
Première : Wednesday 26 March 2014
Dernière : Saturday 10 May 2014
Mise en scène : Sean Foley
Chorégraphie : Kathy Prince
Producteur :
Avec : Nigel Harman (Simon Cowell), Cynthia Erivo (Chenice), Alan Morrissey (Max), Ashley Knight (Louis), Victoria Elliott (Jordy), Simon Bailey (Liam O'Deary), Billy Carter (Gerard Smalls), Simon Lipkin (Barlow), Joe Speare (Grandad), Katy Secombe (Brenda), Charlie Baker (The Hunchback), and Shaun Smith & Rowen Hawkins (Alterboyz)
Commentaires : Enorme flop…. Les réservations étaient ouvertes jusqu'au 25 aoctobre 2014, mais le musical a fermé anticipativement le 10 mai 2014, 1 mois et demi après l'ouverture!
Presse : "Cowell’s decision to back a musical that sends him up so mercilessly – there is an astonishing final reveal about his true nature – either suggests he is less awful than he appears, or that he will go along with anything just so long as it makes him more money." Charles Spencer for The Telegraph

"I'm not saying “I Can't Kvetch!” because there are all kinds of niggles and caveats – not least that the whole venture feels more than a tad belated. But there is a bonkers, surreal charm to the loopy lampooning..." Paul Taylor for The Independent

"Although it has flashes of wit, Harry Hill and Steve Brown's show doesn't know whether it wants to excoriate The X Factor or boost its TV ratings." Michael Billington for The Guardian

"Harry Hill's brilliant X Factor lampoon backed by Simon Cowell himself cleverly engages with popular culture without taking the audience for fools." Simon Edge for The Daily Express