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A one-woman one-act musical about one man. Follows Bill's life from 1930's Blackpool to 1990's London, and features both the ladies he meets who love him and those who hate him. All are touched by him. Bill infuriates, charms, redeems himself, then ruins it all. Bill is a jazz man, Bill is the boy with a horn. And how.Performers Kim Ismay.
Music Matthew Strachan. Lyrics Matthew Strachan. Book by Bernie Gaughan. Producer Landor Theatre (in association with The Just Grand Partnership and Cole Kitchenn Ltd). Director Charlotte Westenra. Design Wong Yatkwan. Lighting Mike Robertson. Musical Director Pierce Tee.
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