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Fings Ain't Wot They Use T'Be archiveA lively musical play set in Soho in the 50's. The play revolves around the Soho night life of the period with all the dubious characters that that implies from the toffs to the gamblers, the crooks, the active 'girls on the game' and a host of other including a very precious interior decorator doing his stuff and an old lag who can't get warm anymore than he can stop taking things!


Music: Lionel Bart
Lyrics: Lionel Bart
Book by: Frank Norman

Archive listings for Fings Ain't Wot They Use T'Be

Work type: Musical.


Please note, this production is suitable for ages 13+Producer Elliot Davis. Producer Paul Tyrer. Producer Jamie Clark (for the Booking Office). Producer Ros Povey Productions. Presented byTheatre Royal Stratford East. Adapted by Elliot Davis. Director Terry Johnson. Musical Director Elliot Davis. Costume William Dudley. Choreographer Nathan M Wright. Performer Jessie Wallace (Lil). Performer Gary Kemp (PC Collins). Performer Sarah Middleton (Rosie). Performer Ruth Alfie Adams (Brenda). Performer Will Barton (Percy). Performer Suzie Chard (Betty). Performer Mark Arden (Fred). Performer Ryan Molloy (Horace). Performer Stefan Booth (Tosher). Performer Christopher Ryan (Red Hot). Performer Vivian Carter (Myrtle). Performer Stevie Hutchinson (Ted / PC2). Performer John Olohan (Paddy). Performer Gary Watson (Norman / PC 1). Performer Joanna Woodward (Margaret). Performer Jessie Wallace (Lil). Performer Gary Kemp PC Collins). Performer Sarah Middleton (Rosie). Performer Ruth Alfie Adams (Brenda). Performer Will Barton (Percy). Performer Suzie Chard (Betty).
8 May 14 to 8 Jun 14Theatre Royal Stratford East, Outer London :: V337
listing details L1965308705


Company GSA Third Year Musical Theatre Students. Director Nicholas Tudor. Musical Director Steve Hill. Design Roger Ness.
31 Oct 12Ivy Arts Centre, Guildford :: V953010782
listing details L0964330159


Producer Elliot Davis. Producer Ellie Collyer Bristow. Director Phil Willmott. Choreographer Nick Winston. Lighting Jason Meininger. Design Oliver Francis Townsend. Performer Hannah-Jane Fox (Lil). Music Elliot Davis (musical supervision and arrangements).
10 May 11 to 4 Jun 11Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167
listing details L0968334628


Producer Rainbow. Director Jim Cater. Performer Lee Jackson (Fred Cochran). Performer Sarah Cater (Lil). Performer Scott Roche (Tosher). Performer Jeff Hooker (Redhot). Performer Sally Baxter (Rosey). Performer Nicola Foot (Betty). Performer David Smith (Paddy).
27 Sep 06 to 30 Sep 06Brentwood Theatre, Brentwood :: V1024
listing details L0688038079

Raise the Roof Champagne Galas - T01635689707

Concert Performance
14 May 06 to 15 May 06The King's Head Theatre, Inner London :: V235
listing details L702654436


Company East Coast Players.
14 Oct 04 to 16 Oct 04Gorleston Pavilion, Great Yarmouth :: V63
listing details L1003757955


Company The New Palace Theatre Company. Director Roy Marsden. Design Simon Scullion. Performer Liz Elvin. Performer Edward Bryant. Performer Martin Carroll.
2 Nov 00 to 18 Nov 00Southend Palace Theatre, Westcliff-on-Sea :: V43
listing details L01302296198


Director Steve Crockford. Director Viv Wilson (music).
12 Oct 99 to 16 Oct 99Pavilions (formely Carlton Theatre), Teignmouth :: V898
listing details L01792343313


Director Bob Carlton. Design Rodney Ford. Design Toni Jane Bysouth.
16 Apr 99 to 8 May 99Queen's Theatre Hornchurch, Hornchurch :: V41
listing details L1766770938


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