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0001 - Fred and Gladys (2011)
Musique: Paul Tibbey
Paroles: Mark Sims • Paul Tibbey
Livret: Mark Sims • Paul Tibbey
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Résumé: She called him Fred. He called her Gladys. The world knows them as Charles and Camilla. Now this outrageously tuneful and charmingly disrespectful musical tells the story of how their thirty year love affair survived secrecy, separation, public scorn and even the intervention of a certain Princess... A funny and poignant glimpse of royal romance - straight from the horse's mouth!

Création: 31/3/2011 - Landor Theatre (Londres) - représ.

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Fred and Gladys (2011-03-Landor Theatre-Londres)

Type de série: Original
Théâtre: Landor Theatre (Londres - Angleterre)
Durée : 2 semaines
Nombre :
Première Preview : Wednesday 30 March 2011
Première : Thursday 31 March 2011
Dernière : Saturday 16 April 2011
Mise en scène : Paul Tibbey
Chorégraphie : Chadd Garvie
Producteur :
Avec : Jon House (Storyteller), James Edwards (Prince Charles), Emily Woodward (Princess Diana), Ruth James (The Queen), Tim Benton (Prince Phillip), Suzie Edwards (Jackie/Princess Anne), Camilla Simson (Camilla Parker Bowles)
Presse : Charlie Sexboots
This pleasing little diversion will have you clicking your fingers and tapping your Chelsea-booted toes... swinging London wrapped up in a groovy little time capsule... songs that both swing and bite, really first rate gags... perfect little show. Critic's Choice
(Time Out)

Dark, exuberantly cynical, witty and intelligently scripted, Charlie Sexboots depicts the great British sex scandal with hard-edged and quick paced flippancy. (The Stage)

A satirical classic which is a show to die for! This is not to be missed. (Wandsworth Borough News)

Royal Variety
The brilliance of Tibbey and Sims' writing is the way they utilise the sitcom-esque, genuinely funny seaside postcard humour that we all grew up with and then spin it in to something classy, insightful and relevant to us today. Their attention to the period detail of their pieces is breathtaking - bordering on scary - and here all the gossip and tatty glamour of pre- Beatles variety passes before you...
...a fascinating and witty glimpse of a lost world that everyone can appreciate. (What's on in London)

Everyone loves me

The script is dainty and the songs are fruity - a delightful study in the sad search for fame.
Edinburgh Evening News

A musical to remember.
Edinburgh Guide